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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of twang

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 twang:

Derived Form of twang

plural: twangs
third person: twangs
past: twanged
past participle: twanged
present participle: twanging
a sharp vibrating sound (as of a plucked string)
Type ofsound,
exaggerated nasality in speech (as in some regional dialects)
Synonymsnasal twang,
Type ofnasality,
cause to sound with a twang
  1. He twanged the guitar string
Type ofsound,
sound with a twang
  1. the bowstring was twanging
Type ofgo, sound,
twitch or throb with pain
Type ofthrob,
pluck (strings of an instrument)
  1. He twanged his bow
Type ofpick, pluck, plunk,
pronounce with a nasal twang
Type ofarticulate, enounce, enunciate, pronounce, say, sound out,

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  1. And for what? Pom-pom, for fireworks! Twang-twang for contredanzes!
  2. It has that awkward 3D sports game for the Sega Genesis twang,
  3. *TWANG*
  4. (guitar twang)
  5. Ooh! I think I got that one. She said 'close your-' (whirring sounds and then a twang)
  6. Narcissus are very there's this woman named Jean twang
  7. If you pull on a vein, it's like a guitar string and it'll twang.
  8. over the past couple of years and people seem to think I have a twang and I don't
  9. friends that I've noticed that sometimes you have the twang so I've written down
  10. it because my sister lives in Australia and so she's got the twang as well
  11. little bit Kiwi twang on it. Kinda leads onto the next one, which is do you
  12. dawg, not dog but dawg and you add a little twang its like dawg, wazzup dawg? Wat up
  13. continue on in sort of modern British English. Do they have a slight American twang in there
  14. twang and that's because I was born in Warwickshire. So, I might say 'laugh' instead of 'laugh'
  15. But then you have the Southern accents (with their distinct twang) in states like Texas
  16. then there's that little twang of guilt when you eat meat and you know it's come
  17. thank you very much also to twang again where do you live in England where do I
  18. than a nice twang so here we go it is Tuesday I've been out in the garden
  19. videos but I think it's just a twang in
  20. driving around Paris twang was says I regret that I have to say goodbye mr.