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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of mernda

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 mernda:
/mɹ̩ndə/

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  1. new station at Mernda and one additional station between Mernda and South Morang.
  2. The Mernda Rail Extension is one of Melbournes largest public transport projects. It will
  3. have eight kilometres of new duplicated track from South Morang to Mernda. It will see a
  4. Extending train services to Mernda will significantly improve public transport and liveability for
  5. for the proposed station is located near Hawkstowe Pde Mernda.
  6. The State Government will determine the location of the second station between Mernda and South
  7. The track will continue further north until reaching the proposed Mernda Rail Terminus,
  8. on the south side of Bridge Inn Rd. Here it will adjoin the proposed Mernda Town Centre
  9. development. The Mernda terminus will feature a premier
  10. for the Mernda Rail extension will be grade separated. This means no level crossings with
  11. visit the Public Transport Victoria Mernda rail Website
  12. The Mernda rail extension will meet the needs of one of Victoria's fastest growing regions
  13. of new railway to the proposed Mernda Town Centre.
  14. connecting South Morang to Mernda and all the stations in between.
  15. the Mernda rail extension avoids the construction of any level crossings.
  16. Neighbouring the proposed town centre, the premium station at Mernda will provide
  17. The Mernda rail extension will begin construction in early 2017
  18. in Epping, South Morang, Mernda and Doreen.
  19. the main growth areas of South Morang, Mernda, Doreen and Epping North. By 2026, these areas