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quietschen Pronunciation in German (100% correct)

IPA and Phonetic of quietschen: /ˈkvɪtʃən/ (KVIH-chen) Audio Pronunciation of quietschen. Female Voice. Marlene [German].

Unterseeboot Pronunciation in German (100% correct)

IPA and Phonetic of Unterseeboot: /ʊntɐˈzeːboːt/ (OON-ter-ZAY-boot) Audio Pronunciation of Unterseeboot. Female Voice. Marlene [German].

vorbeireden Pronunciation in German (100% correct)

IPA and Phonetic of Meisterstuck: /foːɐ̯ˈbaɪ̯reːdn̩/ (vor-bei-re-den) Audio Pronunciation of vorbeireden. Female Voice. Marlene [German].

Meisterstuck Pronunciation in German (100% correct)

IPA and Phonetic of Meisterstuck: /ˈˈmaɪstɐʃtʏk/ (MY-ster-stook) Audio Pronunciation of Meisterstuck. Female Voice. Marlene [German].

Tochter Pronunciation in German (100% correct)

IPA and Phonetic of Tochter: /ˈtɔxtɐ/ (TOCH-ter) Audio Pronunciation of Tochter. Female Voice. Marlene [German].

süß Pronunciation in German (100% correct)

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süß /zyːs/ sü: /zyː/ (the "s" is pronounced like the "z" in "zoo," and "ü" is pronounced with rounded lips, similar to the "u" in French "tu" or the "ew" in English "few") ß: /s/ (the "ß" is pronounced like the "s" in "see")

Kommen Pronunciation in German (100% correct)

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Kommen /ˈkɔmən/ Ko: /kɔ/ (the "k" is pronounced as in "cat," and "o" sounds like the "o" in "pot") Mmen: /mən/ (the "m" is pronounced as in "man," and the "en" sounds like the "un" in "button")

Pickelhaube Pronunciation in German (100% correct)

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Pickelhaube /ˈpɪkəlˌhaʊbə/

Schnuckiputzi Pronunciation in German (100% correct)

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German (Female): Schnuckiputzi /ˈʃnʊkiˌpʊtsi/ Schnucki: /ˈʃnʊki/ (the "Sch" is pronounced like "sh" in "shoe," "nucki" sounds like "nooky") Putzi: /ˈpʊtsi/ (the "P" is pronounced as in "pot," and "utzi" sounds like "ootsy")

Grundnorm Pronunciation in German (100% correct)

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German (Female): Grundnorm /ˈɡʁʊntˌnɔʁm/

Kampfzwerg Pronunciation in German (100% correct)

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German (Female): Kampfzwerg (ˈkampfˌtsvɛrk) German (Male): Kampfzwerg (ˈkampfˌtsvɛrk)