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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of unaccented

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 unaccented:
/ʌnəksɛntɪd/

Derived Form of unaccented

adjective
comparitive: less accented
superlative: most unaccented
Adjective
1
used of syllables
Synonymsatonic,
2
not bearing a stress or accent
Synonymsunstressed,
Similarfeminine, light, short, unaccented, unemphatic, weak,
3
used of vowels or syllables; pronounced with little or no stress
Synonymslight, weak,
Similarunaccented, unstressed,

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  1. unaccented, will be lower in pitch, lower in volume, Labor, Labor, with the B consonant
  2. another, unaccented syllable: the schwa sound followed by the V sound. For example, could
  3. flapped. What'll, what'll. And you'll notice that the contraction adds a second unaccented
  4. that it's always going to be unaccented. So it will be lower in pitch than the rest of
  5. a sound is dropped or changed in a word, and this happens quite frequently in unaccented
  6. wha-duh-yuh. So those three unaccented words are all linked together, low in pitch, very
  7. second syllable, unaccented, has the M consonant sound, schwa, S sound. -mes, -mes. It will
  8. dropped H? It's not uncommon to drop the beginning H in unaccented words like her, him, and his.
  9. in the top position. Chil-i. Finally, the unaccented syllable is the 'ee' as in 'she'
  10. begins with the unaccented schwa syllable. This little mark means that the next syllable
  11. for study: first, the ending, unaccented EE sound. My students whose native languages
  12. are Russian and Polish often have difficulty with the ending, unaccented EE sound. It tends
  13. to keep the tongue position very high. Many, many. Words with the ending unaccented EE
  14. ee, ee, ee, we don't want that ee vowel in that middle, unaccented syllable. Either Florida
  15. unaccented EE sound.
  16. It's not uncommon to drop the beginning H in unaccented words like her, him, and his.
  17. Being, unstressed, said very quickly, unclear, linking right in to the first syllable of 'adrift' which is unaccented,
  18. lip up for the V and here's an unaccented 'ur' syllable. Rebecca, lips together for
  19. is a simple schwa sound, short and unaccented.
  20. Every vowel in American English can be pronounced as a schwa when it is in an unaccented syllable.