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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of privation

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 privation:
/pɹajvejʃən/

Derived Form of privation

noun
plural: privations
Noun
1
a state of extreme poverty
Synonymsdeprivation, want,
Type ofimpoverishment, poorness, poverty,
2
act of depriving someone of food or money or rights
Synonymsdeprivation,
Type ofsocial control,
Typesimpoverishment, pauperisation, pauperization, starvation, starving,

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  1. who had experienced far worse privation than I've ever known.
  2. For strength in carrying burdens, for patient endurance of labor, and privation of food,
  3. on from day to day, a struggle, in which we were undaunted by privation or suffering and
  4. is that the natural state of human beings is privation and want right from birth and
  5. It's that in the initial run. It probably would create more privation
  6. absolute material privation based on UN standards by 50% between the year 2000 and
  7. 2012 and the cynics say that's because we set the standard for material privation too low, which is dollar ninety a day
  8. Avatars of God so to speak then those who are in privation, you know
  9. privation and say physics is py can you say CS and if you have multiple
  10. - One daren't even laugh any more. - Dreadful privation.
  11. a soldier's life, will require harsh privation in
  12. the rest of their life does not need to be one of misery and privation.
  13. What they mean by saying it's the privation of good is that
  14. and penury and privation.
  15. own, but is instead a privation.
  16. Evil is a name for the privation of good.
  17. free of the 'as' is a privation of the kind of seeing [and you
  18. which simply means a privation.
  19. a world of monstrosities, and a world of privation.