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consonant

noun /ˈkonsənənt/
(linguistics ) any letter of the alphabet except a, e, i, o, u which are vowels.
consonante
Translations of “consonant”
in Arabic حَرْف ساكِن…
in Korean 모음…
in Malaysian konsonan…
in French consonne…
in Turkish ünsüz/sessiz harf…
in Italian consonante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 輔音, 輔音字母…
in Russian согласная буква…
in Polish spółgłoska…
in Vietnamese phụ âm…
in Portuguese consoante…
in Thai พยัญชนะ…
in German der Konsonant…
in Catalan consonant…
in Japanese 子音…
in Indonesian konsonan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 辅音, 辅音字母…
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