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Lisp

noun [U] uk   us   /lɪsp/
Translations of “Lisp”
in Arabic لَثغة…
in Korean 혀짤배기 소리…
in Malaysian pelat menyebut huruf ‘‘s’’…
in French zézayer…
in Turkish pelteklik…
in Italian pronuncia blesa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 咬舌(指把s音和z音發成th音)…
in Russian шепелявость…
in Polish seplenienie…
in Vietnamese nói ngọng…
in Spanish cecear…
in Portuguese ceceio…
in Thai พูดไม่ชัด…
in German lispeln…
in Catalan papissot…
in Japanese 舌足らずな発音(th の音がs やz になる発音のしかた)…
in Indonesian pelat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 咬舌(指把s音和z音发成th音)…
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