Definition of Phonetic transcription
1. Noun. A transcription intended to represent each distinct speech sound with a separate symbol.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Phonetic Transcription
Literary usage of Phonetic transcription
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Teaching of Modern Languages by Leopold Bahlsen (1905)
"PRONUNCIATION PHONETICS, SOUND-PHYSIOLOGY, phonetic transcription Johan ... It was Briicke too who invented a phonetic transcription which imitated the ..."
2. Second Middle English Primer: Extracts from Chaucer, with Grammar and Glossary by Henry Sweet, Geoffrey Chaucer (1899)
"... TO THE phonetic transcription. For the vowels see p. 2. The only consonant-symbols that require explanation are: c. as in ich G. 6 „ />5en j ,, you rj ..."
3. Second Middle English Primer: Extracts from Chaucer by Henry Sweet (1886)
"... KEY TO THE phonetic transcription. For the vowels see p. 2. The only consonant-symbols that require explanation are: c. as in \ch G. 3 „ then rj „ sing ..."
4. The New English by Thomas Laurence Kington-Oliphant (1886)
"About the year 1500 a Welsh hard made a phonetic transcription of an English hymn to the Virgin ; he thus becomes our guide as to the Salopian pronunciation ..."