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articulation

noun uk   /ɑːˌtɪk.jʊˈleɪ.ʃən/  us   /ɑːr-/

articulation noun (PRONUNCIATION)

[U] the way in which you pronounce words or produce sounds: A good singer needs to have good articulation (= a clear way of pronouncing words).

articulation noun (EXPRESSION)

[U] the way in which you express your feelings and ideas, etc.

articulation noun (JOINING)

[U] specialized medical in something that consists of two or more parts, the way in which the parts are joined and able to move in relation to each other [C] the point where two bones connect to allow movement
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articulation noun (TEETH)

[U] specialized medical the contact of the teeth in the upper jaw with the teeth in the lower jaw
Translations of “articulation”
in Chinese (Traditional) 說, 發音的方式, 表達的方式…
in Chinese (Simplified) 说, 发音的方式, 表达的方式…
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