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Translation of "accent" - English-Turkish dictionary

accent

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈæksənt/
PRONUNCIATION B1 the way in which someone pronounces words, influenced by the country or area they come from, or their social class
aksan
an American accent a French accentWays of speaking
WRITTEN MARK B2 a mark above a letter to show you how to pronounce it, for example (â) and (é)
bazı harflerin üzerinde nasıl telaffuz edileceğini gösteren işaret, aksan
Punctuation
WORD EMPHASIS the word or part of a word that you emphasize when you are speaking
konuşurken vurgulanan kelime ya da bir bölümü
In the word 'impossible' the accent is on the second syllable.Ways of speaking
the accent on sth particular importance or attention that you give to something
bir şeye verilen/gösterilen özel önem, itina
a wonderful menu with the accent on fresh fishStressing and emphasizing
(Definition of accent from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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