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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of weltschmerz

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 weltschmerz:
/wɛlt͡ʃmɹz/
Noun
1
sadness on thinking about the evils of the world
Synonymsworld-weariness, Weltschmerz,
Hypernymsmelancholy,

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  1. Caf Weltschmerz is providing an alternative.
  2. and we are hosted by Cafe Weltschmerz for a very special debate.
  3. and this afternoon at Caf Weltschmerz as well
  4. Right - You're well known among many followers of Cafe Weltschmerz
  5. and as of April 2020 I work with Cafe Weltschmerz
  6. and I think Cafe Weltschmerz agrees with me on that
  7. because Weltschmerz does represent
  8. And so they did at Weltschmerz, right here in this very studio. - That's not necessarily clear-cut evidence though.
  9. And on the other end there's the alternative media, one of them being Weltschmerz
  10. I'd like to thank Maarten Keulemans from Volkskrant. I'd like to thank Ab Gietelink from Caf Weltschmerz.
  11. Caf Weltschmerz is made by volunteers
  12. welcome, it is not the first time that you have been here in caf Weltschmerz. No, familiar grounds
  13. but this is newsworthy, so ok how did it go .. you are here in Weltschmerz, nice of you to tell the story here
  14. well that is nice and you are here in Weltschmerz with this story also. What you tell me
  15. This mental state is also known as Weltschmerz, which is, obviously, a German word.
  16. So, what does Weltschmerz mean?
  17. We could say that, for the first time in his life, he experienced Weltschmerz.
  18. coined the term Weltschmerz.
  19. In the essay called Types of Weltschmerz in German Poetry, Wilhelm Alfred Braun describes
  20. Weltschmerz may be defined as the poetic expression of an abnormal sensitiveness of the feelings