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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of spoken communication

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 spoken communication:
/spowkən kəmjunəkejʃən/

Derived Form of spoken

root word: speak
third person: speaks
past: spoke
past participle: spoken
present participle: speaking
comparitive: more spoken
superlative: most spoken
Verb: speak
express in speech
  1. She talks a lot of nonsense
  2. This depressed patient does not verbalize
Synonymstalk, speak, utter, mouth, verbalize, verbalise,
Hyponymsbabble, bark, bay, begin, blubber, blurt out, bumble, cackle, chatter, deliver, drone, enthuse, generalize, gulp, hiss, lip off, mumble, murmur, open up, peep, rant, rasp, read, shout, sing, slur, snap, snivel, speak in tongues, speak up, swallow, talk of, tone, troll, verbalize, vocalize, whiff, whisper, yack,
Type ofcommunicated, intercommunicated,
Typesbabbled, barked, bayed, begun, blabbed, blabbered, blubbered, blubbered out, blundered, blundered out, blurted, blurted out, bumbled, cackled, chanted, chattered, clacked, delivered, droned, droned on, ejaculated, enthused, faltered, gabbled, generalised, generalized, gibbered, gulped, hissed, inflected, intoned, jabbered, jawed, lipped off, maundered, modulated, mouthed off, mumbled, murmured, mussitated, muttered, opened up, palavered, peeped, phonated, piffled, prated, prattled, presented, rabbited on, ranted, rasped, rattled on, raved, read, shot one's mouth off, shouted, sibilated, sissed, sizzed, slurred, snapped, snarled, sniveled, spoken in tongues, spoken up, spouted, stammered, stuttered, sung, swallowed, talked about, talked of, tattled, tittle-tattled, toned, trolled, twaddled, verbalised, verbalized, vocalised, vocalized, whiffed, whined, whispered, yacked, yacked away, yapped away,
See alsospeak up, speaker, speaking, speech,
exchange thoughts; talk with
  1. We often talk business
  2. Actions talk louder than words
Synonymstalk, speak,
Hyponymschat up, cheek, continue, converse, dish the dirt, dogmatize, hold forth, level, monologuize, orate, pontificate, rap, spiel, talk down, talk turkey,
Type ofcommunicated, intercommunicated,
Typesbutterflied, carried on, chatted up, cheeked, continued, conversed, coquetted, dallied, discoursed, dished the dirt, dissertated, dogmatised, dogmatized, flirted, gone on, gossiped, leveled, mashed, monologuised, monologuized, orated, philandered, pontificated, proceeded, rapped, romanced, soliloquised, soliloquized, spieled, talked down, talked turkey,
See alsospeak for, speech,
use language
  1. the baby talks already
  2. the prisoner won't speak
  3. they speak a strange dialect
Synonymsspeak, talk,
Hyponymsrun on, slang, smatter,
Type ofcommunicated, intercommunicated,
Typesrun on, slanged, smattered,
See alsospeaking, speech,
give a speech to
  1. The chairman addressed the board of trustees
Synonymsaddress, speak,
Hyponymsblaze away, harangue, keynote, memorialize,
Typesblazed away, harangued, keynoted, memorialised, memorialized,
See alsospeaking, speech,
make a characteristic or natural sound
  1. The drums spoke
Type ofsounded,
uttered through the medium of speech or characterized by speech; sometimes used in combination
  1. a spoken message
  2. the spoken language
  3. a soft-spoken person
  4. sharp-spoken
Similararticulate, expressed, oral, unwritten, uttered, verbal, verbalised, verbalized, viva-voce, word-of-mouth,
using the voice in speech

Derived Form of communication

plural: communications
the activity of communicating; the activity of conveying information
  1. they could not act without official communication from Moscow
Hyponymschannel, contact, discussion, dissuasion, dramaturgy, examination, exhortation, expostulation, expression, intercommunication, mail, medium, persuasion, traffic, transmission,
Type ofact, human action, human activity,
Typeschannel, communication channel, contact, discourse, discussion, dramatic art, dramatics, dramaturgy, exam, examination, exhortation, expression, intercommunication, line, mail, mail service, medium, persuasion, post, postal service, suasion, test, theater, theatre, touch, traffic, transmission, treatment,
See alsocommunicate,
something that is communicated by or to or between people or groups
Hyponymsauditory communication, contagion, didacticism, display, document, expressive style, indication, language, message, paralanguage, psychic communication, publication, sign, signal, visual communication, voice, written communication,
Type ofsocial relation,
Typesanomalous communication, auditory communication, contagion, content, document, expressive style, indicant, indication, infection, language, linguistic communication, message, paralanguage, paralinguistic communication, phonation, psychic communication, psychical communication, show, sign, signal, signaling, style, subject matter, substance, visual communication, vocalisation, vocalization, voice, vox, written communication, written language,
See alsocommunicate, communicative,
a connection allowing access between persons or places
  1. how many lines of communication can there be among four people?
  2. a secret passageway provided communication between the two rooms
Type ofconnectedness, connection, connexion,
See alsocommunicate,

spoken communication on Youtube

  1. right way the message is spoken, spoken with signs, spoken tangibly and not just Oh, you're
  2. Dr. Laurie Slifka: So typically when we talked about communication. We talked about communication within neuron. So what's happening on the individual neuronal level and then we talked about communication between
  3. It was spoken in Lybia and Somalia, but now, it seems to be only spoken by a handful of elderly people there.
  4. The country with the most languages spoken is Papua-New Guinea with at least 820 different languages spoken.
  5. Numerous other languages are spoken in Pakistan and the most widely spoken one is actually Punjabi.
  6. This includes the Karelian language in Russia, Mankieli, which is spoken by a Finnish minority in Sweden and Kven, which is spoken by a minority in Norway.
  7. The third most widely spoken is Pehlewani, which is spoken by about 3 million people in some Kurdish areas in Iran and one district in Iraqi Kurdistan
  8. It is also spoken in Curacao where it is spoken by around 15,000 people as a native language
  9. a Dravidian language that is spoken primarily in Southern India and in some parts of Sri Lanka, and is also spoken by a significant minority in Malaysia.
  10. The Malay spoken and Sabah and Sarawak tends to be more similar to that spoken in Brunei and Singapore
  11. have spoken English at first, initially they would have spoken Umbundu or Beti or Yoruba
  12. A year ago a friend of mine asked for detailed simracing reviewing in german spoken language, because simracing content @ Youtube occurs mostly english spoken.
  13. all in peace the Lord has not spoken to me spoken by me and he said hearken o
  15. Zimbabweans have spoken, When has spoken when South Africa
  16. the Prime Minister has spoken to Thabo Mbeki. He's spoken to Kofi Annan,
  17. of communication styles. And according to NLP, each of us has a preferred communication
  18. and it's not based on verbal communication but nonverbal communication
  19. Dr. Laurie Slifka: And then, as promised in the title. We're going to talk about communication within neurons. So neuronal communication throughout the entire brain is a very complicated process.
  20. Airbus and CS Communication et Systmes. CS Communication et Systmes is in charge