Affiliated Pronunciation

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Affiliated IPA (key) in American English and British English.

Affiliated Pronunciation in British English

IPA (key): /əˈfɪl.i.eɪ.tɪd/

Breakdown:

  • /ə/: is the 'a' in "about"
  • /f/: is the 'f' in "fun"
  • /ɪ/: sounds like the 'i' in "sit"
  • /l/: is the 'l' in "love"
  • /i/: sounds like the 'y' in "candy"
  • /eɪ/: sounds like the 'a' in "make"
  • /t/: is the 't' in "tap"
  • /ɪ/: sounds like the 'i' in "sit"
  • /d/: is the 'd' in "dog"

Sounds like: "uh-FIL-ee-ay-tid"

Affiliated Pronunciation in American English

IPA (key): /əˈfɪl.i.eɪ.t̬ɪd/

Breakdown:

  • /ə/: is the 'a' in "about"
  • /f/: is the 'f' in "fun"
  • /ɪ/: sounds like the 'i' in "sit"
  • /l/: is the 'l' in "love"
  • /i/: sounds like the 'y' in "candy"
  • /eɪ/: sounds like the 'a' in "make"
  • /t̬/: is a flap t, which is the 't' in "butter"
  • /ɪ/: sounds like the 'i' in "sit"
  • /d/: is the 'd' in "dog"

Sounds like: "uh-FIL-ee-ay-did"

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