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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of postgraduates

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 postgraduates:
/powstɡɹæd͡ʒəwəts/

Derived Form of postgraduates

noun
root word: postgraduate
plural: postgraduates
verb
root word: postgraduate
Noun: postgraduate
1
a student who continues studies after graduation
Synonymsgrad student*, graduate student*,
Type ofcollege boy*, college man*, collegians,

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  1. variety of combined teams between the MCR, the postgraduates, and the JCR, the undergraduates.
  2. You don't know about Postgraduates, so there is a lot of ignorance.
  3. in English and is the first mixed-gender university in the Kingdom. Plus, with just 1200 postgraduates
  4. helping out third years and postgraduates.
  5. also postgraduate research seminars, so postgraduates come and talk about work they are looking
  6. The Cambridge History of the Byzantine Empire is a pretty essential read for postgraduates, professionals and other connoisseurs of this topic.
  7. researchers whether they're undergraduates or postgraduates or other careers
  8. I run a team of postgraduates and postdoctoral workers
  9. is any undergraduate in the senior year to postgraduates and many of them in the engineering
  10. The undergraduates in a department and the postgraduates, they may be little subset cultures.
  11. stay for 4 years, postgraduates stay for 2 years. So, undergraduates involve themselves
  12. more culturally in the activities of the institute than the postgraduates and that subculture
  13. may be cutting across departments. All postgraduates, in whichever department they may be, because
  14. our excellent graduates and postgraduates,
  15. for undergraduates and postgraduates to get some ship-based experience
  16. is that the postgraduates who teach are paid for only a fraction of the hours they actually
  17. work. If you want good quality feedback, proper teaching, we need to pay postgraduates properly.
  18. differences in how prospective undergraduates and postgraduates
  19. per academic year, while postgraduates spend 35,001. With that
  20. Postgraduates have great choice, either belonging to an exclusive postgraduate