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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of spokesmen

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 spokesmen:
/spowksmɪn/

Derived Form of spokesmen

noun
root word: spokesman
plural: spokesmen
Noun: spokesman
1
a male spokesperson
Synonymsspokesman,
Hypernymsspokesperson,
Type ofinterpreters, representatives, spokespersons, voices,

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  1. WEYERHAEUSER SPOKESMEN SAY THAT
  2. It was clearly a coup, although military spokesmen described it as a bloodless correction.
  3. Some of their spokesmen have expressed concern
  4. the organizations leaders and chief spokesmen.
  5. effective spokesmen. I thank you profoundly.
  6. who is really one of the most eloquent spokesmen
  7. on them, realize those are paid spokesmen that are being paid to tell you how
  8. politicians would stand up, treasury spokesmen would stand up,
  9. Spokesmen: Thank you for attention.
  10. Limbaugh has been one of the premier spokesmen for the conservative movement with an
  11. Rulers have been thought to be divine or appointed spokesmen
  12. to get powerful political role through religious spokesmen
  13. of leading spokesmen
  14. Spokesmen for the ACS, including some Southern slaveholders,
  15. Henry Highland Garnett and apparently David Walker were the most eloquent spokesmen for
  16. But I saw spokesmen and politicians
  17. on every school in Britain. People who refer to themselves as community spokesmen, when they actually speak
  18. and spokesmen for black people
  19. following public relations spokesmen when they thought of these ideas
  20. prominent spokesmen were leading clerics;