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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of workaholism

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 workaholism:
/wɹ̩kəhəlɪzəm/

Derived Form of workaholism

noun
plural: workaholisms
Noun
1
compulsiveness about working
Type ofcompulsiveness, compulsivity,

workaholism on Youtube

  1. or some people that we see, very common in industry, workaholism -
  2. were taking a deep look at the history of workaholism
  3. The term workaholism dates back to 1971,
  4. its brand of performative workaholism.
  5. completely sold on performative workaholism.
  6. But in the long-run, workaholism doesnt
  7. someone elses career, but workaholism alone
  8. workaholism, which I justified for so long.
  9. But part of workaholism is you never want
  10. when you throw workaholism at it,
  11. But the workaholism thing, I think, would be--
  12. You may not like Miranda for her stubbornness and workaholism, but its impossible not
  13. and does not accidentally get under the wheels of workaholism.
  14. and maybe you've recovered from workaholism or numbing out;
  15. -No, of course not. Yes. Yes. it's about father. I'm worried about his workaholism. I think he doesn't love us anymore.
  16. To be perfectly honest I made this video about workaholism for selfish purposes. I have a
  17. whether workaholism is a bona fide addiction or whether it's more of just a vapid 21st
  18. 1968 a groovy psychologist named Wayne Oates coined the term workaholism. Dr. Oates was
  19. it but workaholism per se isn't a scientifically accepted term. It's not for instance included