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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of parfait

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 parfait:
/pɑɹfejt/

Derived Form of parfait

noun
plural: parfaits
Noun
1
layers of ice cream and syrup and whipped cream
Hypernymsfrozen dessert,
Type offrozen dessert,

parfait on Youtube

  1. R: So Niki... N: Uhm...? R: Have you heard of parfait? Do you like parfait?
  2. It's a *healthy* parfait, if you will. Keep telling myself that. It IS a healthy parfait! It is!
  3. Whether you want a classy parfait or a junky parfait?
  4. Like a parfait is made of this.
  5. Parfait.
  6. WAITER, I WANT A YOBURT PARFAIT, SPARE RIBS, A WAFFLE,
  7. right now I'm making a parfait oh gosh
  8. a shrimp parfait it's gonna be perfect
  9. - But then that pink stripe, its like a parfait type thing.
  10. I want a yogurt parfait, spare ribs, a waffle, four cookies and an egg white omelet.
  11. to ice cream, mousse, flan, parfait, and even bread.
  12. You could even try the McCrepe, which is a scoop of the Fruit 'N Yogurt Parfait wrapped
  13. parfait that's in my whiteboard series here on YouTube I have a whiteboard
  14. about the emotional parfait that's inside of you where you have all these
  15. That is the dream parfait: layers on layers on layers.
  16. What about the yogurt parfait?
  17. And they ordered my favorite Oreo cake and parfait
  18. Natsuki wraps her arms around the parfait girls box set; easily the largest one of the shelf
  19. Matcha parfait for dessert.
  20. And it's got everything. think this is parfait on the bottom. We may never know, because I don't know how I'm going to get down here. Fresh