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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of infix

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 infix:

Derived Form of infix

plural: infixes
third person: infixes
past: infixed
past participle: infixed
present participle: infixing
an affix that is inserted inside the word
Type ofaffix,
put or introduce into something
Synonymsenter, insert, introduce,
Type ofattach,
Typescannulate, cannulise, cannulize, canulate, connect, embed, engraft, graft, imbed, implant, input, instil, instill, intubate, penetrate, plant, plug in, sandwich, transplant,
attach a morpheme into a stem word
Type ofaffix,

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  1. In Swahili, a basic verb consists of a subject prefix, a tense marker, an object infix, if the object is not a separate word, and the verb stem.
  2. The basic syntax of Swahili is SVO, when there is no object infix.
  3. They could be a prefix, or a suffix or even an infix inside the word.
  4. the default behavior, however, is that its an infix, with the nasal /n/ placed before
  5. changes, so this infix has some neat effects.
  6. in grammar school in junior high learning the stupid precedence rules or infix notation
  7. and are now convinced that infix notation is the one true way to notate their Mathematical
  8. thats stupid. Infix is the natural way to do this. So language wars are often fought
  9. plus C by this infix symbols it is very clear which are the opponent where is the destination
  10. this, right? You have toString method in order to get the infix notation printed, would essentially
  11. write infix notation. If you do a post order traversal that is left right node then what
  12. that they can be infix, right, between the two
  13. Using infix notation like this with parentheses when
  14. In western Anatolia, many toponyms with the -ss- infix derive from the adjectival suffix
  15. an infix form. So, given two configurations and ', we will say that can
  16. In Khmer, for example, theres an infix that shows causation.
  17. Proto-Indo-European almost certainly included a nasal infix:
  18. or even any curse word, as an infix.
  19. Second rule: you cant stick an expletive infix anywhere in a word.
  20. but theres a general agreement that the infix has to go before a stressed syllable,