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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of research effort

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 research effort:
/ɹisɹ̩t͡ʃ ɛfɹ̩t/

Derived Form of research

plural: researches
third person: researches
past: researched
past participle: researched
present participle: researching
systematic investigation to establish facts
Hyponymsfield work, marketing research, microscopy, operations research, probe, scientific research,
Type ofinvestigating, investigation,
Typesfield work, market research, marketing research, microscopy, operations research, probe, research project, scientific research,
a search for knowledge
  1. their pottery deserves more research than it has received
Synonymsinquiry, enquiry,
Hyponymsempirical research, experiment, heraldry, nature study, poll, probe,
Hypernymsproblem solving,
Type ofproblem solving,
Typescanvass, empirical research, experiment, experimentation, heraldry, investigation, nature study, opinion poll, poll, probe, public opinion poll,
attempt to find out in a systematically and scientific manner
  1. The student researched the history of that word
Type ofinvestigate, look into,
Typesconsult, look up, refer,
See alsoresearcher,
inquire into
  1. the students had to research the history of the Second World War for their history project
  2. He searched for information on his relatives on the web
  3. Scientists are exploring the nature of consciousness
Synonymssearch, explore,
Hyponymscast about, google, mapquest, prospect, re-explore,
Type ofinvestigate, look into,
Typesbeat about, cast about, cast around, prospect, re-explore,
See alsoresearcher,

Derived Form of effort

plural: efforts
earnest and conscientious activity intended to do or accomplish something
  1. made an effort to cover all the reading material
  2. wished him luck in his endeavor
  3. she gave it a good try
Synonymsattempt, endeavor, endeavour, try,
Hyponymsbatting, best, bid, contribution, crack, essay, foray, liberation, mug's game, power play, seeking, shot, striving, struggle, takeover attempt, test, worst,
Type ofactivity,
Typesbatting, battle, best, bid, braving, confronting, contribution, coping with, crack, essay, fling, foray, go, grappling, liberation, mug's game, nisus, offer, pains, part, pass, play, power play, research effort, run, seeking, share, shot, squeeze, squeeze play, stab, strain, striving, struggle, tackling, takeover attempt, test, trial, whirl, worst,
use of physical or mental energy; hard work
  1. he got an A for effort
  2. they managed only with great exertion
Synonymselbow grease, exertion, travail, sweat,
Hyponymsapplication, exercise, friction, least effort, overexertion, overkill, pull, strain, struggle, supererogation, trouble,
Type oflabor, labour, toil,
Typesapplication, detrition, difficulty, diligence, exercise, exercising, friction, least effort, least resistance, overexertion, overkill, physical exercise, physical exertion, pull, rubbing, strain, straining, struggle, supererogation, trouble, workout,
a notable achievement
  1. he performed a great feat
  2. the book was her finest effort
Synonymsfeat, exploit,
Hyponymsderring-do, hit, rally, stunt, tour de force,
Type ofaccomplishment, achievement,
Typesacquiring, actuation, causation, causing, delivery, departure, derring-do, digging up, discovery, disinterment, disposal, disposition, effectuation, egress, egression, emergence, equalisation, equalization, exhumation, find, getting, going, going away, hit, implementation, leaving, leveling, mitsvah, mitzvah, obstetrical delivery, propulsion, rally, rallying, recovery, retrieval, running away, stunt, touch, touching, tour de force, uncovering,
a series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end
  1. he supported populist campaigns
  2. they worked in the cause of world peace
  3. the team was ready for a drive toward the pennant
  4. the movement to end slavery
  5. contributed to the war effort
Synonymscampaign, cause, crusade, drive, movement,
Hyponymsadvertising campaign, anti-war movement, campaigning, charm campaign, consumerism, feminist movement, fund-raising campaign, gay liberation movement, lost cause, reform, war, youth movement,
Type ofventure,
Typesad blitz, ad campaign, advertising campaign, anti-war movement, campaigning, candidacy, candidature, consumerism, ecumenical movement, electioneering, feminism, feminist movement, fund-raising campaign, fund-raising drive, fund-raising effort, gay lib, gay liberation movement, lost cause, political campaign, reform, war, women's lib, women's liberation movement, youth crusade, youth movement,

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