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The syllable 'ˈdi'

/ˈdi/


Phonetic Ponunciation of the syllable 'ˈdi'

SoundTongueLipsJawTeethAirVocal Chords
/ˈ/
/d/The tongue comes up. The front part touches the roof of the mouth behind the top teeth. Then it pulls down to release the air.The teeth are together. Then they separate.First, the air stops. Then it flows.The vocal cords vibrate.
/i/The tongue is tense and rises high. Then it moves to the front of the mouth. The tip of the tongue is low and behind the bottom front teeth.The lips are tense and wide.The jaw drops, opening the mouth a little. The vocal cords vibrate.

Examples of words with the /ˈdi/ syllable


adidas
/əˈdidəs/
/ə-ˈdi-dəs/
Pronounced by Ivy

dieter
/ˈditər/
/ˈdi-tər/
Pronounced by Kimberly

dieterich
/ˈditərɪk/
/ˈdi-tər-ɪk/
Pronounced by Matthew

diesels
/ˈdizəlz/
/ˈdiz-əlz/
Pronounced by Ivy

diesel
/ˈdisəl/
/ˈdi-səl/
Pronounced by Matthew

dietel
/ˈditəl/
/ˈdi-təl/
Pronounced by Joey

diesing
/ˈdisɪŋ/
/ˈdi-sɪŋ/
Pronounced by Salli

adina
/ɑˈdinə/
/ɑ-ˈdi-/
Pronounced by Kimberly

demonized
/ˈdimənˌaɪzd/
/ˈdi-mən-ˌaɪzd/
Pronounced by Joanna

audiophiles
/ˌɔˈdioʊˌfilz/