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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 president of the united states:
/pɹɛzədɛnt ʌv ðə junajtəd stejts/

Derived Form of president

noun
plural: presidents
Noun
1
an executive officer of a firm or corporation
Hypernymscorporate executive,
Type ofbusiness executive, corporate executive,
See alsopreside,
2
the person who holds the office of head of state of the United States government
  1. the President likes to jog every morning
SynonymsPresident of the United States, United States President, President, Chief Executive,
Hypernymshead of state,
Holonymsexecutive branch,
Type ofchief of state, head of state,
TypesAbraham Lincoln, Adams, Andrew Jackson, Andrew Johnson, Arthur, Benjamin Harrison, Bill Clinton, Buchanan, Bush, Calvin Coolidge, Carter, Chester A. Arthur, Chester Alan Arthur, Cleveland, Clinton, Coolidge, Dubya, Dubyuh, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Dwight David Eisenhower, Dwight Eisenhower, Eisenhower, F. D. Roosevelt, FDR, Fillmore, Ford, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Franklin Pierce, Franklin Roosevelt, Garfield, George Bush, George H.W. Bush, George Herbert Walker Bush, George W. Bush, George Walker Bush, George Washington, Gerald Ford, Gerald R. Ford, Gerald Rudolph Ford, Grant, Grover Cleveland, Harding, Harrison, Harry S Truman, Harry Truman, Hayes, Herbert Clark Hoover, Herbert Hoover, Hiram Ulysses Grant, Hoover, Ike, Jack Kennedy, Jackson, James A. Garfield, James Abraham Garfield, James Buchanan, James Earl Carter, James Earl Carter Jr., James Garfield, James K. Polk, James Knox Polk, James Madison, James Monroe, James Polk, Jefferson, JFK, Jimmy Carter, John Adams, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, John Quincy Adams, John Tyler, Johnson, Kennedy, LBJ, Lincoln, Lyndon Baines Johnson, Lyndon Johnson, Madison, Martin Van Buren, McKinley, Millard Fillmore, Monroe, Nixon, Old Hickory, Pierce, Polk, President Abraham Lincoln, President Adams, President Andrew Johnson, President Arthur, President Benjamin Harrison, President Buchanan, President Bush, President Carter, President Cleveland, President Clinton, President Coolidge, President Eisenhower, President Fillmore, President Ford, President Franklin Roosevelt, President Garfield, President George W. Bush, President Grant, President Harding, President Harrison, President Hayes, President Hoover, President Jefferson, President John Adams, President John F. Kennedy, President John Quincy Adams, President Johnson, President Kennedy, President Lincoln, President Lyndon Johnson, President Madison, President McKinley, President Monroe, President Nixon, President Pierce, President Polk, President Reagan, President Roosevelt, President Taft, President Taylor, President Theodore Roosevelt, President Truman, President Tyler, President Van Buren, President Washington, President William Henry Harrison, President Wilson, Reagan, Richard M. Nixon, Richard Milhous Nixon, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Ronald Wilson Reagan, Roosevelt, Rutherford B. Hayes, Rutherford Birchard Hayes, Stephen Grover Cleveland, Taft, Taylor, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Woodrow Wilson, Truman, Tyler, Ulysses Grant, Ulysses S. Grant, Ulysses Simpson Grant, Van Buren, Warren Gamaliel Harding, Warren Harding, Washington, William Henry Harrison, William Howard Taft, William Jefferson Clinton, William McKinley, Wilson, Woodrow Wilson, Zachary Taylor,
Part ofexecutive branch, Executive Office of the President,
See alsopreside,
3
the chief executive of a republic
Hyponymsex-president,
Hypernymshead of state,
Type ofchief of state, head of state,
Typesex-president, Finnbogadottir, Vigdis Finnbogadottir,
See alsopreside, presidential,
4
the officer who presides at the meetings of an organization
  1. address your remarks to the chairperson
Synonymschairman, chairwoman, chair, chairperson,
HyponymsKalon Tripa, vice chairman,
Hypernymspresiding officer,
Type ofpresiding officer,
TypesKalon Tripa, vice chairman,
See alsopreside,
5
the head administrative officer of a college or university
Synonymsprexy,
Hypernymsacademic administrator,
Type ofacademic administrator,
See alsopreside,
6
the office of the United States head of state
  1. a President is elected every four years
SynonymsPresident of the United States, President, Chief Executive,
Hypernymspresidency,
Type ofpresidency, presidentship,
See alsopreside,
Preposition
1
a reason or cause
Synonymsfrom,
2
connects a noun with the preceding word
3
expresses possession or connection
4
indicates parts, content, or quality
5
indicates a point of reference
Other
1
definite article
Synonymsye,

Derived Form of united

verb
root word: unite
third person: unites
past: united
past participle: united
present participle: uniting
adjective
comparitive: less ited
superlative: most united
Verb: unite
1
act in concert or unite in a common purpose or belief
Synonymsunite, unify,
Antonymsdivide,
Hyponymsally with, band together, club, confederate, consociate, federate, league, marry, pair, reunify,
Hypernymsjoin,
Type offell in, got together, joined,
Typesallied with, associated, banded together, clubbed, confederated, conjoined, consociated, coupled, espoused, federalised, federalized, federated, got hitched with, got married, hooked up with, leagued, married, paired, paired off, partnered off, reunified, reunited, wedded,
2
become one
  1. Germany unified officially in 1990
  2. the cells merge
Synonymsunify, unite, merge,
Antonymsdisunify,
Hyponymscoalesce, consolidate, consubstantiate, converge, federate, syncretize,
Hypernymsintegrate,
Type ofintegrated,
Typescoalesced, consolidated, consubstantiated, converged, federalised, federalized, federated, syncretised, syncretized,
See alsounion,
3
have or possess in combination
  1. she unites charm with a good business sense
Synonymsunite, combine,
Hypernymshave,
Type offeatured, had,
4
be or become joined or united or linked
  1. The two streets connect to become a highway
  2. Our paths joined
  3. The travelers linked up again at the airport
Synonymsconnect, link, link up, join, unite,
Hyponymsarticulate, complect, syndicate,
Typescomplected, interconnected, interlinked, syndicated,
5
bring together for a common purpose or action or ideology or in a shared situation
  1. the Democratic Patry platform united several splinter groups
Synonymsunite, unify,
Hyponymsbond,
Hypernymschange,
6
join or combine
  1. We merged our resources
Synonymsunite, unify, merge,
Hyponymsconsolidate, consubstantiate, weld,
Hypernymschange,
Type ofaltered, changed, modified,
Typesconsolidated, consubstantiated, welded,
See alsouniting,
Adjective
1
characterized by unity; being or joined into a single entity
  1. presented a united front
Antonymsdivided,
Similaragreed, allied, amalgamate, amalgamated, coalesced, cohesive, collective, confederate, confederative, conjugate, conjugated, conjunct, consolidated, coupled, federate, federated, fused, in agreement, in league, incorporate, incorporated, integrated, joint, merged, nonsegmental, one, suprasegmental, tied, undivided, unified, unitary, unpartitioned, unsegmented,
2
involving the joint activity of two or more
Synonymscombined, concerted, conjunct, conjunctive, cooperative,
See alsounitedly,
Similarjoint,
3
of or relating to two people who are married to each other
Synonymsjoined,
Similarmarried,
Adjective satellite
1
of or relating to two people who are married to each other
Synonymsjoined,

Derived Form of states

noun
root word: state
plural: states
verb
root word: state
third person: states
past: stated
past participle: stated
present participle: stating
Noun: state
1
the territory occupied by one of the constituent administrative districts of a nation
  1. his state is in the deep south
Synonymsstate, province,
HyponymsAmerican state, Australian state, Canadian province, commonwealth, eparchy, Italian region, Soviet Socialist Republic,
Hypernymsadministrative district,
Type ofadministrative district*, administrative division*, territorial division*,
TypesAbkhaz*, Abkhazia*, Adzhar*, Adzharia*, American state*, Andhra Pradesh*, Assam*, Australian state*, Bavaria*, Bihar*, Buganda*, Canadian province*, Cape Colony*, Cape of Good Hope Province*, Cape of Good Hope*, Cape Province*, Chihuahua*, commonwealths, eparchies, Free State*, Friesland*, Gansu province*, Gansu*, Goa*, Guangdong province*, Guangdong*, Gujarat*, Gujerat*, Hebei province*, Hebei*, Hopeh*, Hopei*, Hunan province*, Hunan*, Indonesian Borneo*, Inner Mongolia*, Italian region*, Kalimantan*, Kansu*, Karnataka*, Kosovo*, Kwangtung*, Lower Saxony*, Madras*, Manipur*, Mysore*, Nei Monggol*, Orange Free State*, Orissa*, Sichuan*, Sinkiang*, Soviet Socialist Republic*, Szechuan*, Szechwan province*, Szechwan*, Tamil Nadu*, Tirol*, Transvaal*, Tyrol*, Uttar Pradesh*, West Bengal*, Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region*, Xinjiang*, Yunnan province*, Yunnan*,
Part ofcountry, land, state,
2
the way something is with respect to its main attributes
  1. the current state of knowledge
  2. his state of health
  3. in a weak financial state
Synonymsstate,
Hyponymsaction, being, cleavage, condition, conditionality, conflict, damnation, dead letter, death, degree, dependence, disorder, dystopia, employment, end, enlargement, feeling, flux, freedom, grace, ground state, heterozygosity, homozygosity, hostility, illumination, immaturity, imminence, imperfection, inaction, integrity, isomerism, kalemia, maturity, medium, merchantability, motion, motionlessness, nationhood, neotony, nonbeing, obligation, office, omnipotence, omniscience, order, ornamentation, ownership, paternity, perfection, plurality, polyvalence, readiness, receivership, relationship, representation, revocation, separation, situation, skillfulness, status, temporary state, tribalism, turgor, unemployment, union, utilization, utopia, wild,
Hypernymsattribute,
Typesactions, activenesses, activities, agencies, annulments, antagonisms, beingnesses, beings, cleavages, cognitive state*, conditionalities, conditions, conflicts, damnations, dead letter*, deaths, degrees, delegacies, dependances, dependences, dependencies, destructions, disorders, dystopias, employments, employs, ends, enmities, eternal damnation*, existences, flawlessnesses, fluxes, forthcomingnesses, freedoms, graces, ground state*, heterozygosities, homozygosities, hostilities, illuminations, immaturenesses, immaturities, imminences, imminencies, imminentnesses, impendences, impendencies, imperfections, imperfectnesses, inactions, inactivenesses, inactivities, integrities, isomerisms, kalemias, levels, maturenesses, maturities, media, merchantabilities, motionlessnesses, motions, multivalences, multivalencies, natural state*, ne plus ultra*, nonbeings, non-issues, obligations, offices, omnipotences, omnisciences, orders, ornamentations, ownerships, paternities, perfections, physiological condition*, physiological state*, pluralities, points, polyvalences, polyvalencies, positions, powers, preparations, preparednesses, readinesses, receiverships, relationships, representations, revocations, saving grace*, situations, skilfulnesses, skillfulnesses, stages, states of affairs, states of flux, states of grace, states of mind, states of nature, statuses, stillnesses, temporary state*, tribalisms, turgors, unemployments, unifications, unions, unities, utilizations, utopias, wholenesses, wilds,
3
the group of people comprising the government of a sovereign state
  1. the state has lowered its income tax
Synonymsstate,
HyponymsSoviets, welfare state,
Hypernymsgovernment,
Type ofauthoritieses, governments, regimes,
TypesSoviets*, welfare state*,
4
a politically organized body of people under a single government
  1. the state has elected a new president
  2. African nations
  3. students who had come to the nation's capitol
  4. the country's largest manufacturer
  5. an industrialized land
Synonymsstate, nation, country, land, commonwealth, res publica, body politic,
Hyponymsally, city state, commonwealth country, developing country, Dominion, foreign country, Reich, rogue state, sea power, suzerain, world power,
Hypernymspolitical unit,
Meronymsestate of the realm,
Partsestates, estates of the realm,
Type ofpolitical unit*,
Typesallies, city state*, Dominion*, great power*, major power*, powers, Reich*, renegade state*, rogue nation*, rogue state*, sea power*, superpowers, suzerains, world power*,
See alsocivil,
5
(chemistry) the three traditional states of matter are solids (fixed shape and volume) and liquids (fixed volume and shaped by the container) and gases (filling the container)
  1. the solid state of water is called ice
Synonymsstate of matter, state,
Hyponymsgas, liquid, phase, plasma, solid,
Hypernymschemical phenomenon,
Type ofchemical phenomenon*,
Typesforms, gases, liquidities, liquidnesses, liquids, phases, plasmas, solidnesses, solids,
See alsogaseous, liquid, solid,
6
a state of depression or agitation
  1. he was in such a state you just couldn't reason with him
Synonymsstate,
Hypernymsemotional state,
Type ofemotional state*, spirits,
7
the territory occupied by a nation
  1. he returned to the land of his birth
  2. he visited several European countries
Synonymscountry, state, land,
HyponymsAfrican country, Asian country, banana republic, buffer state, European country, fatherland, kingdom, North American country, South American country, sultanate, tax haven,
Hypernymsadministrative district,
Meronymsdomain, midland,
Partsdemesnes, departments, domains, lands, midlands, provinces, states,
Type ofadministrative district*, administrative division*, territorial division*,
TypesAfrican country*, African nation*, Antigua and Barbuda*, Asian country*, Asian nation*, Australia*, Bahama Islands*, Bahamas*, banana republic*, Barbados*, buffer country*, buffer state*, Burkina Faso*, Cape Verde*, Ceylon*, Commonwealth of Australia*, Commonwealth of Dominica*, Commonwealth of the Bahamas*, Comoros*, countries of origin, Cuba*, Cyprus*, Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe*, Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka*, Dominica*, Dominican Republic*, Dutch East Indies*, East Timor*, Etruria*, European country*, European nation*, fatherlands, Federal Islamic Republic of the Comoros*, Federated States of Micronesia*, Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis*, Fiji*, Friendly Islands*, Grenada*, Haiti*, homelands, Independent State of Papua New Guinea*, Independent State of Samoa*, Indonesia*, Israel*, Jamaica*, Kingdom of Tonga*, kingdoms, Kiribati*, Maldives*, Malta*, Marshall Islands*, Mauritius*, Micronesia*, mother country*, motherlands, native land*, Nauru*, New Hebrides*, New Zealand*, North American country*, North American nation*, Palau*, Papua New Guinea*, Philippines*, Republic of Cape Verde*, Republic of Cuba*, Republic of Cyprus*, Republic of Fiji*, Republic of Haiti*, Republic of Indonesia*, Republic of Kiribati*, Republic of Maldives*, Republic of Malta*, Republic of Mauritius*, Republic of Nauru*, Republic of Palau*, Republic of Seychelles*, Republic of the Marshall Islands*, Republic of the Philippines*, Republic of Trinidad and Tobago*, Republic of Turkey*, Republic of Vanuatu*, Rus*, Russia*, Russian Federation*, Saint Christopher-Nevis*, Saint Kitts and Nevis*, Saint Lucia*, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines*, Samoa i Sisifo*, Samoa*, Sao Thome e Principe*, Sao Tome and Principe*, Sao Tome e Principe*, Seychelles*, Sion*, Solomon Islands*, South American country*, South American nation*, Soviet Union*, Sri Lanka*, St. Christopher-Nevis*, St. Kitts and Nevis*, St. Lucia*, St. Thomas and Principe*, St. Vincent and the Grenadines*, State of Israel*, sultanates, tax haven*, Tonga*, Trinidad and Tobago*, TTs, Turkey*, Turkmen*, Turkmenia*, Turkmenistan*, Turkomen*, Tuvalu*, Ukraine*, Ukrayina*, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics*, Upper Volta*, USSRs, Vanuatu*, Western Samoa*, Yisrael*, Zion*,
8
the federal department in the United States that sets and maintains foreign policies
  1. the Department of State was created in 1789
SynonymsDepartment of State, United States Department of State, State Department, State, DoS,
HyponymsFoggy Bottom,
Hypernymsexecutive department,
MeronymsBureau of Diplomatic Security, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Foreign Service,
PartsBureau of Diplomatic Security*, Bureau of Intelligence and Research*, DSs, Foreign Service*, INRs,
Type ofexecutive department*,
Verb: state
1
express in words
  1. He said that he wanted to marry her
  2. tell me what is bothering you
  3. state your opinion
  4. state your name
Synonymsstate, say, tell,
Hyponymsadd, announce, answer, articulate, declare, explain, get out, give, misstate, note, precede, present, summarize,
Hypernymsexpress,
Type ofexpresses, gives tongue to, utters, verbalises, verbalizes,
Typesadds, announces, answers, appends, articulates, declares, enunciates, explains, gets out, gives, introduces, lays out, mentions, misstates, notes, observes, precedes, prefaces, premises, presents, remarks, replies, represents, responds, summarises, summarizes, sums, sums up, supplies, vocalises, vocalizes,
See alsostatement,
2
put before
  1. I submit to you that the accused is guilty
Synonymssubmit, state, put forward, posit,
Hypernymspropose,
Type ofadvises, proposes, suggests,
See alsostatement,
3
indicate through a symbol, formula, etc.
  1. Can you express this distance in kilometers?
Synonymsexpress, state,
Hyponymsvote,
Hypernymsdenote,
Type ofdenotes, refers,
Typesvotes,

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