matter-of-fact Pronunciation in English
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English pronunciation of “matter-of-fact”

matter-of-fact

 
uk
/ˌmæt.ə.rəvˈfækt/
How to pronounce matter-of-fact in British English
 
us
/ˈmæt̬·ər·əvˈfækt/
How to pronounce matter-of-fact in American English

matter-of-factly

 
uk
How to pronounce matter-of-factly in British English
 
us
How to pronounce matter-of-factly in American English

matter-of-factness

 
uk
How to pronounce matter-of-factness in British English
 
us
How to pronounce matter-of-factness in American English
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(English pronunciations of matter-of-fact from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus and from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary, both sources © Cambridge University Press)
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