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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of spoken word

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 word:
/spowkən wɹ̩d/

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 word

plural: words
third person: words
past: worded
past participle: worded
present participle: wording
a unit of language that native speakers can identify
  1. words are the blocks from which sentences are made
  2. he hardly said ten words all morning
Hyponymsanagram, anaphor, antonym, back-formation, charade, classifier, cognate, content word, contraction, deictic, derivative, diminutive, dirty word, disyllable, form, four-letter word, function word, guide word, head, headword, heteronym, holonym, homonym, hypernym, hyponym, key word, loanblend, loanword, meronym, metonym, monosyllable, neologism, nonce word, oxytone, palindrome, paroxytone, partitive, polysemant, polysyllable, primitive, proparoxytone, quantifier, reduplication, retronym, substantive, syncategorem, synonym, term, terminology, trisyllable, troponym, vocable, written word,
Hypernymslanguage unit,
Meronymsaffix, syllable,
Partsaffix, syllable,
Type oflanguage unit, linguistic unit,
Typesanagram, anaphor, antonym, back-formation, charade, classifier, closed-class word, cognate, cognate word, coinage, content word, contraction, deictic, deictic word, derivative, descriptor, diminutive, dirty word, dissyllable, disyllable, equivalent word, form, four-letter Anglo-Saxon word, four-letter word, function word, hapax legomenon, head, head word, headword, heteronym, holonym, homonym, hybrid, hypernym, hyponym, key word, language, loan, loanblend, loan-blend, loanword, logical quantifier, manner name, meronym, metonym, monosyllabic word, monosyllable, neologism, neology, nomenclature, nonce word, open-class word, opposite, opposite word, oxytone, palindrome, paroxytone, part name, partitive, polysemant, polysemantic word, polysemous word, polysyllabic word, polysyllable, primitive, proparoxytone, quantifier, reduplication, signifier, spoken word, subordinate, subordinate word, substantive, superordinate, superordinate word, syncategorem, syncategoreme, synonym, term, terminology, trisyllable, troponym, vocable, whole name, word form, written word,
See alsolexical, nonlexical, verbal,
a brief statement
  1. he didn't say a word about it
Type ofstatement,
information about recent and important events
  1. they awaited news of the outcome
Synonymsnews, intelligence, tidings,
Hyponymsgood word, latest, update,
a verbal command for action
  1. when I give the word, charge!
Type oforder,
an exchange of views on some topic
  1. we had a good discussion
  2. we had a word or two about it
Synonymsdiscussion, give-and-take,
Hyponymsargument, conference, deliberation, negotiation, panel discussion, postmortem, public discussion,
Type oflanguage, oral communication, speech, speech communication, spoken communication, spoken language, voice communication,
Typesargument, argumentation, conference, debate, deliberation, dialogue, group discussion, negotiation, panel discussion, postmortem, public discussion, talks, ventilation,
a promise
  1. he gave his word
Synonymsparole, word of honor,
Type ofpromise,
a word is a string of bits stored in computer memory
  1. large computers use words up to 64 bits long
Hypernymscomputer memory unit,
Type ofcomputer memory unit,
Part ofK, KB, kilobyte,
the divine word of God; the second person in the Trinity (incarnate in Jesus)
SynonymsSon, Word, Logos,
Type ofhypostasis,
TypesChrist, Deliverer, Good Shepherd, Jesus, Jesus Christ, Jesus of Nazareth, Messiah, Redeemer, Savior, Saviour, the Nazarene,
a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group
  1. he forgot the password
Synonymspassword, watchword, parole, countersign,
Hypernymspositive identification, secret,
Type ofarcanum, positive identification, secret,
the sacred writings of the Christian religions
  1. he went to carry the Word to the heathen
SynonymsBible, Christian Bible, Book, Good Book, Holy Scripture, Holy Writ, Scripture, Word of God, Word,
Hyponymsfamily Bible,
Hypernymssacred text,
MeronymsNew Testament, Old Testament, Testament, text,
PartsNew Testament, Old Testament, Testament, text,
Type ofreligious text, religious writing, sacred text, sacred writing,
TypesAmerican Revised Version, American Standard Version, Authorized Version, Douay Bible, Douay Version, Douay-Rheims Bible, Douay-Rheims Version, family Bible, King James Bible, King James Version, New English Bible, Revised Standard Version, Revised Version, Rheims-Douay Bible, Rheims-Douay Version, Vulgate,
new information about specific and timely events
Synonymsintelligence, news, tidings,
Type ofinfo, information,
Typesgood word, update,
put into words or an expression
  1. He formulated his concerns to the board of trustees
Synonymsgive voice, formulate, phrase, articulate,
Hyponymsask, dogmatize, formularize, frame, lexicalize,
Type ofevince, express, show,
Typesask, cast, couch, dogmatise, dogmatize, formularise, formularize, frame, lexicalise, lexicalize, put, redact,
See alsowording,

spoken word on Youtube

  1. that Litton Scriptures. I have spoken word of God being equally the word of God is a
  2. So you're an actor slash musician slash spoken word performer -
  3. - You said this quote in one of your spoken word shows:
  4. Spelling's not my forte. I'm more of a spoken word kind of guy.
  5. It's like spoken word poetry.
  6. as a stand-up comedian, improviser, storyteller, spoken word artist.
  7. International spoken word poet, unapologetic Muslim woman.
  8. This is a song, you could call it a spoken word song, a folky kind of song, its something
  9. I have a master's degree in transnational writing, specializing in spoken word,
  10. Okay, look, just cuz I'm not some stand-up/spoken word artist on a soapbox--
  11. slander is defamation by spoken word alone,
  12. Combination of metered spoken word and music chosen for its emotional and conceptual appropriateness from some of my sayings and my talks
  13. Big Freedia lent her voice to Beyonc's infamous spoken-word interlude on Formation.
  14. the spoken word for the fire impartation as just laying hands
  15. that went into the spoken word, which I just freestyled in one take.
  16. he blended a spoken word or two with his gesturesfor example, pointing successively to himself
  17. spoken word gigs, and why did I have the gumption
  18. Ice to do a lot of spoken-word when I grew up I read the dictionary and read it to Saurus. I loved language
  19. the rock 'n' roll landscape by melding the genre with spoken-word poetry said that
  20. Stenographers have a centuries-old honored legacy of keeping the record of the spoken word