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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of verbal noun

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 verbal noun:
/vɹ̩bəl nawn/

Derived Form of verbal

adjective
comparitive: more verbal
superlative: most verbal
Adjective
1
of or relating to or formed from words in general
  1. verbal ability
See alsoword,
2
of or relating to or formed from a verb
  1. verbal adjectives like `running' in `hot and cold running water'
See alsoverb, verbally,
3
relating to or having facility in the use of words
  1. a good poet is a verbal artist
  2. a merely verbal writer who sacrifices content to sound
  3. verbal aptitude
Antonymsnumerical,
4
communicated in the form of words
See alsoverbally,
Similarcommunicative, communicatory,
5
expressed in spoken words
Similarspoken,
6
prolix
Similarprolix,
Adjective satellite
1
communicated in the form of words
  1. verbal imagery
  2. a verbal protest
2
expressed in spoken words
  1. a verbal contract
3
prolix; - Shakespeare
  1. you put me to forget a lady's manners by being so verbal

Derived Form of noun

noun
plural: nouns
Noun
1
a content word that can be used to refer to a person, place, thing, quality, or action
Hyponymscollective noun, common noun, count noun, generic noun, mass noun, proper noun,
Hypernymscontent word, substantive,
Meronymsnoun,
2
the word class that can serve as the subject or object of a verb, the object of a preposition, or in apposition
Hypernymsmajor form class,
Holonymsnoun,
3
a word that can be used to refer to a person or place or thing
Type ofcontent word, open-class word, substantive,
Typescollective noun, common noun, count noun, mass noun, proper name, proper noun,
See alsoappellative,
4
a word that can serve as the subject or object of a verb
Type ofmajor form class,
Part ofdeclension,
See alsonominal,

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  1. Don't confuse a gerund for a continuous verb. Remember: it's a verbal noun. It can perform
  2. We know that the Verbal Noun; [Masdar], it can be replaced by many grammatical forms.
  3. and it replaces the Verbal Noun[Al-Masdar].
  4. The noun class system and the verbal system with all of its affixes require some extra attention to learn.
  5. A verbal form, can be a Noun + a copula
  6. You can have verb, Noun, collocations. You can even have noun, Noun,
  7. A noun modifier is a noun that modifies or describes another noun.
  8. and noun modifier is right before the main noun, your head noun.
  9. as a generic noun that includes all and every one under this noun. So, the indefinite noun, ?aad (one) in the verse, We do not leave out any one
  10. I say yes, my verbal command, my verbal marker, means nothing.
  11. some verbal, some almost have to be non-verbal in order to be effective where we try to manipulate
  12. while SAWM means fasting of verbal words which lead to avoid bad verbal words like Fake testimony for example
  13. as vociferous/voracious verbal ability was very important in CAT, when im saying verbal, i mean vocabulary was very important in my time
  14. my verbal was my weakest point, it was what dragged me down and i wasnt sure about how to do it so CATKings verbal wednesday
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  17. I am verbal, sometimes hyper-verbal. I am hyperlexic,
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  19. hoped so you sihl there some finite verbal
  20. So, the station master at station B, through verbal exchange that is telephonically will