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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 mites:

Derived Form of mites

root word: mite
plural: mites
root word: mite
Noun: mite
a slight but appreciable amount
  1. this dish could use a touch of garlic
Synonymstouch, hint, tinge, mite, pinch, jot, speck, soupcon,
Hypernymssmall indefinite quantity,
any of numerous very small to minute arachnids often infesting animals or plants or stored foods
Hyponymsacarid, acarus, itch mite, rust mite, spider mite, trombiculid, trombidiid, web-spinning mite,
Type ofacarines,
Typesacari, acarids, itch mite*, rust mite*, sarcoptids, spider mite*, tetranychids, trombiculiids, trombidiids,
Part ofAcarina, order Acarina,
a slight but appreciable addition
Synonymshints, jots, pinches, soupçons, specks, tinges, touches,
Type ofsmall indefinite amount*, small indefinite quantity*,

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  1. The UniMite Disc automatically scatters predatory mites and feeding mites over the crop.
  2. The storage bunkers for predatory mites and feeding mites of the UniMite Disc are transparent.
  3. But, the other possible scenario is that these mites are simply phoretic mites, meaning mites
  4. If these mites on these Polyrhachis ants were blood-sucking mites, then chances are this
  5. The mites infecting the Golden Empire in the past, were these phoretic mites.
  6. phoretic mites are not as deadly as the blood-sucking mites, but they can still get dangerous for
  7. mites did eventually fall off, so my hopes in all of this, were that these mites infecting
  8. Why do we hope these mites are phoretic mites?
  9. their vampiric body mites with predatory Hypoaspis mites harvested from rhino beetles.
  10. It seems the Hypoaspis mites had eaten the parasitic mites on our ants!
  11. up eating the bad parasitic mites, my plans were to introduce as many Hypoaspis mites
  12. For the experiment, the Hypoaspis mites were forced to feed on the parasitic mites because
  13. Why do we hope these mites are phoretic mites?
  14. mites for our experiment which sought out to discover if the Hypoaspis mites on the
  15. The mites they dealt with before were likely phoretic mites, harmless hitchhikers wanting
  16. that they are actually Hypoaspis mites, which are predatory mites which live in symbiosis
  17. If the group with the Hypoaspis mites suddenly end up with the parasitic mites all gone,
  18. Let's hope the Hypoaspis mites prove effective at eating the parasitic mites on our ants.
  19. of all videos, identified that the mites seen on their bodies were predatory Hypoaspis mites,
  20. There's these little mites called Varroa mites