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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of perspire

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 perspire:

Derived Form of perspire

third person: perspires
past: perspired
past participle: perspired
present participle: perspiring
excrete perspiration through the pores in the skin
  1. Exercise makes one sweat
Synonymssweat, sudate,
Type ofegest, eliminate, excrete, pass,
See alsoperspiration,

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  1. smell around here -- is because we perspire. Most animals perspire, but that is our primary
  2. You perspire and then when you perspire, it...
  3. to perspire and then we start to say to
  4. a dull blade and they'll have to sweat and perspire and work three or four times harder
  5. BELINDA: And this is about how they perspire.
  6. is an antiperspirant so to perspire means to have
  7. so to perspire means to have
  8. so to perspire means to have sweat coming out so an
  9. anti perspirant so auntie against perspire all the sweat
  10. against perspire all the sweat
  11. against perspire all the sweat coming out that we pronounce it
  12. antiperspirant and pepper sprayed so perspire int
  13. sprayed so perspire int
  14. sprayed so perspire int it's kind of difficult but as
  15. touch to touch wood what's the difference between sweat and perspire it
  16. skin pores the the small pores in your skin and also perspire means also that
  17. perspire is you would you would not probably use that to
  18. sweating because perspire is a bit it's a bit a bit posh yes
  19. This part starts to perspire. So when I've done makeup, it gets all clumpy!
  20. If you find that you perspire heavily