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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of hansard

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 hansard:
/hænsɹ̩d/

Derived Form of hansard

noun
plural: hansards
Noun
1
the official published verbatim report of the proceedings of a parliamentary body; originally of the British Parliament
Type ofminutes, proceedings, transactions,

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  1. Let's look here at the Hansard.
  2. I don't know. I think Bob Hansard hoped them up with me. He said they were good company and he gave him
  3. he read Hansard in bed and had a record collection consisting
  4. Hansard, the official reporters, and they record everything, so there is a record
  5. Hansard chat whoever answers this question first wins buster and the duel
  6. Arcade Fire, The Decemberists, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Glen Hansard, The Low Anthem, what the fuck?
  7. Probably a ton of David Gray and Glen Hansard and stuff like that.
  8. Glen Hansard, every year, busks on Christmas eve to raise money for the homeless in Dublin.
  9. offensive and what you don't when I've looked at Hansard, I know
  10. offensive and what you don't when I've looked at Hansard, I know what
  11. I've looked at Hansard, I know what I said as
  12. I've looked at Hansard, I know what I said as I
  13. I've looked at Hansard, I know what I said as I left, I
  14. I've looked at Hansard, I know what I said as I left, I made no
  15. acknowledge the Clerk's office, the Hansard
  16. acknowledge the Clerk's office, the Hansard office, the
  17. Hansard office, the bill's office, the
  18. Hansard office, the bill's office, the table office,
  19. Rt Hon JOHN KEY: I think if the member checks the Hansard,
  20. Now the Official Report is called Hansard, after