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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of metathesis

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 metathesis:
/mɛtæðəsəs/

Derived Form of metathesis

noun
plural: metatheses
Noun
1
a linguistic process of transposition of sounds or syllables within a word or words within a sentence
Type oflinguistic process,
2
a chemical reaction between two compounds in which parts of each are interchanged to form two new compounds (AB+CD=AD+CB)
Synonymsdouble decomposition, double decomposition reaction,
Type ofchemical reaction, reaction,
Typesdouble replacement reaction,

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  1. yes metathesis behind indeed oh and
  2. It's called Metathesis.
  3. The word metathesis comes from the Greek word ,
  4. We can see examples of metathesis, of side by side sounds switching positions in many different languages.
  5. Second, metathesis sometimes takes places in one of two sister languages as they develop.
  6. Aks is probably the most well known example of metathesis, and it's often thought to be broken English, or a mistake,
  7. There was Old English ascian, as well as acsian, which originated from metathesis.
  8. Fourth, metathesis also sometimes takes place systematically within a language, in certain phonetic or grammatical contexts.
  9. I'll get to the metathesis in just a second,
  10. Metathesis can also involve the transposition of entire syllables.
  11. So metathesis is sometimes done intentionally for humor,
  12. But metathesis is often endu
  13. But metathesis is often enduring, with shifts in words or in sound combinations,
  14. And there are probably other reasons for metathesis as well,
  15. Metathesis is a very common linguistic phenomenon.
  16. somewhat differently from their written form due to metathesis.
  17. you'll likely notice some examples of metathesis in cognate vocabulary.
  18. finally schrock metathesis alkyne metathesis again you're taking two of
  19. this is ring closing metathesis and with ring closing metathesis we are going to
  20. is called metathesis in which double bonds between two