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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of meteoroid

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 meteoroid:
/mitiɹ̩ojd/

Derived Form of meteoroid

noun
plural: meteoroids
Noun
1
(astronomy) any of the small solid extraterrestrial bodies that hits the earth's atmosphere
Synonymsmeteor,
Type ofestraterrestrial body, extraterrestrial object,
Typesmeteor swarm, meteorite,
See alsometeoric,

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  1. see as that trail of dust and gas behind it. A meteoroid is a small piece of comet or asteroid.
  2. A meteor is the light phenomena from when a meteoroid enters our atmosphere and vaporizes,
  3. A meteoroid, captain.
  4. says Bill Cooke of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office.
  5. The 40 kg meteoroid,
  6. more than half of all lunar meteors come from known meteoroid streams
  7. setting the object ablaze and burning it to ashes. A meteoroid would have to be more than
  8. So when a meteoroid or debris does strike it, it first breaks up into thousands of smaller
  9. Its thought that meteoroid impacts on Pheobe can kick off enough dust to create the ring.
  10. in 1908 was caused by a meteoroid of 50-90 meters or 160-620 feet in diameter. It exploded
  11. incoming meteoroid traveling at an incredible speed producing a steady
  12. meteoroid debris kind of analysis that said what type of hole you could expect.
  13. Even I jumped onto him like a Meteoroid.
  14. The Space Agency has identified fragments of a meteoroid that might reach earth's atmosphere.
  15. a massive meteoroid damaged about 770 square miles of the Siberian forest
  16. the original object is called a meteoroid,
  17. Technically, its a meteoroid now that it's in Earth's atmosphere!
  18. And its been in lots of meteoroid-making collisions - including one violent enough
  19. says Bill Cooke of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office.
  20. Boy, that meteoroid storm was scary.