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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of gyres

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 gyres:
/ɡajɹz/

Derived Form of gyres

noun
root word: gyre
plural: gyres
verb
root word: gyre
Noun: gyre
1
a round shape formed by a series of concentric circles
Synonymscoils, curlicues, curls, ringlets, rolls, scrolls, whorls,
Type ofround shape*,
Typescalyces, corollas, verticils,

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  1. have gyres. And gyres are circulating features where the water is
  2. gyres and counter-clockwise Southern Hemisphere gyres.
  3. Surface currents travel in big gyres - think of them as these whirling circles - and they
  4. in tracing systems of ocean currents called gyres as they swirled
  5. and size of two gyres in the Pacific Ocean.
  6. Understanding the rotation of these gyres isnt just cool information.
  7. And by understanding gyres better
  8. had found these giant gyres full of plastic soup
  9. of the amount of plastic in the North Pacific gyres so
  10. scientific efforts because the North Pacific gyre, there is gyres in all the
  11. ITS A GLOBAL ISSUE, BECAUSE PLASTIC ACCUMULATES IN GYRES,
  12. Now these gyres occur when there are blooms of phytoplankton which today
  13. 11 gyres, potentially, of plastic
  14. feature both the North and South Pacific have their own gyres and
  15. called the gyres, where it doesn't only directly kills sea life,
  16. how much plastic there is in the top layers of the gyres.
  17. That's the weight of 1,000 Eiffel towers floating in the gyres.
  18. if we sell the plastics retrieved from the 5 gyres we'd make over $500,000,000
  19. There are five gyres around the world,
  20. swirling currents that make whirlpools like this called gyres, and one of these is basically