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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of splint

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 splint:
/splɪnt/

Derived Form of splint

noun
plural: splints
verb
third person: splints
past: splinted
past participle: splinted
present participle: splinting
Noun
1
a thin sliver of wood
  1. he lit the fire with a burning splint
Hypernymsparing,
Type ofparing, shaving, sliver,
2
an orthopedic mechanical device used to immobilize and protect a part of the body (as a broken leg)
Hypernymsmechanical device,
Type ofmechanical device,
Verb
1
support with a splint
  1. splint a broken finger
Hypernymstreat,
Type ofcare for, treat,

splint on Youtube

  1. take the splint out so that it is just glowing, if I blow on the splint you can see it gets brighter.
  2. They like made me a splint out of like a pillow they found and scotch tape,
  3. Okay, let's equip the splint to our chip where's
  4. THAT SPLINT ON HIS RIGHT THUMB.
  5. SPLINT.
  6. SPLINT UNDERNEATH HIS GLOVE TO
  7. HE HAS A SPLINT ON THAT RIGHT
  8. JUST PERFECTLY WITH A SPLINT TO
  9. You know, he has a splint on it.
  10. Michael: --have been in the same spot at the same time Ryan: Alright, here's... here's the splint...
  11. And a splint.
  12. you want to make it straight and not move around too much, you use a splint.
  13. a splint on it, and it doesn't move around so you don't damage it even more.
  14. splint, to see if I can see which one is which.
  15. ABOUT GUN SPLINT ABOUT GUN RIGHTS, THE
  16. SPLINT ABOUT GUN RIGHTS, THE GROWING PUBLIC DEMAND FOR ACTION
  17. Hey guys, we're going to need a splint.
  18. - A splint?
  19. was based on a clumsy analogy with Latin where you cant splint an infinitive because its