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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of transversospinales

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 transversospinales:
/tɹænsvɹ̩sɑspɪnɑlz/

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  1. spinae and the transversospinales muscles, so first I'll talk about the erector spinae,
  2. because they're more superficial, and then I'll move onto the transversospinales muscles
  3. column. So just the next group of muscles is the transversospinales muscles, which lie
  4. underneath the erector spinae muscles, and the reason they're called transversospinales,
  5. the transverse process, and the spinous process, and the reason they're called transversospinales
  6. are three transversospinales muscles, you've got the most superficial one is the semispinalis,
  7. and then you've got the multifidus, and the most deep transversospinales muscle are the
  8. are called the transversospinales because they connect from the transverse process to
  9. got the transversospinales muscles, so you've got the semispinalis, the multifidus, and
  10. spinae muscles and the transversospinales muscles. The erector spinae muscles are more
  11. back muscles. So deep to the erector spinae muscles, you've got the transversospinales
  12. muscles. So you've got three transversospinales muscles. The semispinalis which is the most