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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of wingspans

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 wingspans:
/wɪŋspænz/

Derived Form of wingspans

noun
root word: wingspan
plural: wingspans
verb
root word: wingspan
Noun: wingspan
1
linear distance between the extremities of an airfoil
Synonymswingspan, wingspread,
Hypernymsdistance,
Type ofdistances, lengths,

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  1. flying pterosaurs with 40-foot wingspans.
  2. Dragonflies back then were more dragon than fly, with wingspans of 75 centimeters.
  3. and griffenflies with wingspans larger than that of some birds.
  4. These were the giant azhdarchids, which were as tall as giraffes, had wingspans the size
  5. Some of them had wingspans of 12 to 15 meters, making them as large as a small plane (although
  6. With wingspans of almost two meters, theyre gigantic, and you can find them near bodies
  7. the fact that these creatures were as tall as giraffes with wingspans that exceeded 50
  8. Known as Rocs in Europe and Asia, these massive creatures are purported to have wingspans
  9. The biggest birds of the late-Cretaceous, like Avisaurus, had wingspans no more than
  10. By the late Cretaceous, they all had wingspans between 2 and 10 meters, meaning that the
  11. - I was born for long wingspans.
  12. Sometimes in the stories, the Anemoi look like men with enormous wingspans; other times,
  13. The wingspans will range from 29 and a half feet to 49 feet.
  14. Wingspans of birds increased by more than 1%.
  15. By increasing their wingspans.
  16. WITNESSES SAYING SOME OF THE DRONES HAVE WINGSPANS ESTIMATED
  17. DRONES HAVE WINGSPANS ESTIMATED TO BE 6 FEET OR MORE.
  18. Those with larger wingspans can often operate this workstation more easily
  19. to perch, because of their large wingspans they can contact
  20. With wingspans of 37 to 65 inches, flamingo colonies travel at night.