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English pronunciation of “non sequitur”

non sequitur

 
uk
/ˌnɒnˈsek.wɪ.tər/
How to pronounce non sequitur in British English
 
us
/ˌnɑːnˈsek.wɪ.t̬ɚ/
How to pronounce non sequitur in American English
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