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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of lexicographers

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 lexicographers:

Derived Form of lexicographers

root word: lexicographer
plural: lexicographers
root word: lexicographer
Noun: lexicographer
a compiler or writer of a dictionary; a student of the lexical component of language
Type oflinguistic scientist*, linguists,
TypesBailey*, Craigie*, Dr. Johnson*, etymologists, Florio*, Fowler*, Henry Watson Fowler*, James Augustus Henry Murray*, James Augustus Murray*, James Murray*, John Florio*, Johnson*, Joseph Emerson Worcester*, Larousse*, Littre*, Maximilien Paul Emile Littre*, Murray*, Nathan Bailey*, Nathaniel Bailey*, neologists, Noah Webster*, Pierre Athanase Larousse*, Pierre Larousse*, Samuel Johnson*, Sir James Augustus Henry Murray*, Sir James Augustus Murray*, Sir James Murray*, Sir William Alexander Craigie*, synonymists, Webster*, William A. Craigie*, Worcester*,

lexicographers on Youtube

  1. lexicographers who wanted to put an end to this Anarchy, a word they defined as
  2. lexicographers were allocated work, were allocated these 30
  3. lexicographers in the world work on the same tome, and
  4. First, lexicographers have to find the word.
  5. is that lexicographers don't love all the
  6. minutes about how lexicographers use Google.
  7. Really, how lexicographers use Google is if you think about a
  8. and gathering data particularly for lexicographers
  9. It's a very challenging task because lexicographers
  10. We have asked almost 160 lexicographers from 45 countries
  11. and the survey had two parts for lexicographers and institutions.
  12. We also asked what kind of tools do lexicographers need and what kind of services.
  13. One of the things that we've discovered speaking to lexicographers is that
  14. and cultural domain and not all lexicographers have made the switch to
  15. educating a new generation of lexicographers and providing them with
  16. in making sure that really all the lexicographers in Europe understand the
  17. It takes, at minimum, several trained linguists or lexicographers years of full-time work to create one.
  18. with lexicographers breathing together in whispers to give our language a half-hidden