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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of eardrum

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of eardrum:
/ɪɹdɹʌm/

Derived Form of eardrum

noun
plural: eardrums
Noun
1
the membrane in the ear that vibrates to sound
Synonymstympanum, tympanic membrane, myringa,
Hyponymsperforated eardrum,
Hypernymsmembrane,
Meronymsumbo,
Holonymsear,
Partsumbo,
Type ofmembrane, tissue layer,
Typesperforated eardrum,
Part ofear,

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  1. Earwax, or cerumen, as it's known in the medical world, is meant to keep the eardrum clean
  2. which then crash into your eardrum,
  3. distance your eardrum gets pushed in, our
  4. eardrum movements of the snap count.
  5. Until finally you see movement on the other side of the jello block and this is where your eardrum is
  6. You can see now your eardrum is moving back and forth much more vigorously because the interface is so much better
  7. effective chain reaction of molecules crashing into your eardrum
  8. your eardrum that is normally set into vibration
  9. and suffered a ruptured eardrum.
  10. to puncture her left eardrum, resulting in an 80% hearing loss in that ear.
  11. until it gets to Lincoln's eardrum ah
  12. your eardrum but that was a very small
  13. punctured my uncle's eardrum,
  14. First, skin that's coming off of the eardrum,
  15. And you have a very nice eardrum.
  16. it's actually a very nice eardrum on this side.
  17. you can see his eardrum right there.
  18. -Don't wanna lose my eardrum. -It's quite a thud. I can imagine that's
  19. - My eardrum. - No throwing!
  20. But it wasnt due to anything nice and normal like an infection or a perforated eardrum.