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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of sultanates

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 sultanates:
/sʌltənejts/

Derived Form of sultanates

noun
root word: sultanate
plural: sultanates
verb
root word: sultanate
Noun: sultanate
1
country or territory ruled by a sultan
Type ofcountries, lands, states,
TypesBrunei*, Negara Brunei Darussalam*,

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  1. languages, living in countless tribes, sultanates, and kingdoms.
  2. To nullify any Rajput-Maratha alliance, as well as the Deccan Sultanates, the Mughal
  3. with the sultanates of Bijapur and Golconda. During the eight years that followed, Sambhaji
  4. Dutch promoted Malay as the language of education, recognizing Riau Malay, the classical Malay spoken in the Malacca and Johor Sultanates, as the standard language.
  5. The literary Malay of the Malacca and the Johor Sultanates - in other words, Classical Malay -
  6. sultanates army started to retreat and the battle was over. Afterward, Barbarossa
  7. 40 sultanates were the countries, which were under the Sultan's command.
  8. In what is called the East Sumatra Social Revolution, Sultanates are overthrown and
  9. provinces eventually seceded and became independent sultanates.
  10. In 45 years of trading in the Sultanates we've been proud to have been involved in many of
  11. despite their hostile bearing and the enmity of so many sultanates and city-states.
  12. Sultanates of Adal and Ajuran, and with the Sultanate of Gujarat in North-Western India.
  13. in the latter quarter of the 19th century a number of surrounding tribal sultanates and emirates
  14. While the Mughals were masters of most of northern India, remnant Sultanates still ruled
  15. and were frequently able to assume the role of mediator between the disputing Sultanates
  16. is also known as Halebidu temple the name Halebidu came into existence post delhi sultanates made a
  17. Though rival Sultanates rose and fell among the Somalis, none were able to create a single
  18. sack and conquer most of Ifat, Further conflict in the following decades led to the Sultanates
  19. For the next three centuries, the Muslim Somali sultanates seemed to edge closer and closer.