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Occlusive meaning in Urdu

Occlusive Synonyms


Occlusive Definitions

1 of 2) Occlusive, Plosive, Plosive Consonant, Plosive Speech Sound, Stop, Stop Consonant : سانس خارج کرنے کا عمل : (noun) a consonant produced by stopping the flow of air at some point and suddenly releasing it.

2 of 2) Occlusive : بند کرنے والا : (adjective) tending to occlude.

Useful Words

Nasal : ناک سے نکلنے والی آواز , Obstruent : حائل , Affricate : حکی , Affrication : فرک کاری , Alliteration : ہم آواز حرف , Consonant : وہ الفاظ جو واول نا ہوں , Streamline Flow : کسی سیال کا کسی کے پاس سے گزرتے ھوئے ہموار اور نسبتاً یکساں حال پر رہنا , Turbulent Flow : متلاطم بہاو , Aphonic : بے آواز , Diction : طرز کلام , Gargle : غرغرانے کی آواز , Murmur : غیر واضع ہلکی آواز میں بولنے کا عمل , Birdcall : پرندوں کی آواز , Digressive : بھٹکتا ہوا , Wind : وہ ساز جو پھونک مار کر بجایا جائے , Acoustic Impedance : صوتی مزاحمت , Spoken : زبانی , Detachment : علیحدگی , Deflate : کسی شے کی بھری ہوئی ہوا نکالنا , Stop : کام بند ہو جانے کا عمل , Around The Clock : مسلسل , Cessation : خاتمہ , Disentanglement : چھٹکارا , Pluck : اکھاڑ نا یا توڑنے کا عمل , Secernment : افراز , Endlessly : ناقابل ختم طور پر , Stopover : عارضی قیام کرنا , Balking : ڈھیٹ , Intermittent : وقفے وقفے سے , Bubbly : بلبلے والی شراب , Antiviral : وائرس کے خلاف

Useful Words Definitions

Nasal: a consonant produced through the nose with the mouth closed.

Obstruent: a consonant that is produced with a partial or complete blockage of the airflow from the lungs through the nose or mouth.

Affricate: a composite speech sound consisting of a stop and a fricative articulated at the same point (as `ch` in `chair` and `j` in `joy`).

Affrication: the conversion of a simple stop consonant into an affricate.

Alliteration: use of the same consonant at the beginning of each stressed syllable in a line of verse.

Consonant: a speech sound that is not a vowel.

Streamline Flow: flow of a gas or liquid in which the velocity at any point is relatively steady.

Turbulent Flow: flow in which the velocity at any point varies erratically.

Aphonic: being without sound through injury or illness and thus incapable of all but whispered speech.

Diction: the articulation of speech regarded from the point of view of its intelligibility to the audience.

Gargle: the sound produced while gargling.

Murmur: a low continuous indistinct sound; often accompanied by movement of the lips without the production of articulate speech.

Birdcall: the characteristic sound produced by a bird.

Digressive: (of e.g. speech and writing) tending to depart from the main point or cover a wide range of subjects.

Wind: a musical instrument in which the sound is produced by an enclosed column of air that is moved by the breath.

Acoustic Impedance: opposition to the flow of sound through a surface; acoustic resistance is the real component of acoustic impedance and acoustic reactance is the imaginary component.

Spoken: uttered through the medium of speech or characterized by speech; sometimes used in combination.

Detachment: the act of releasing from an attachment or connection.

Deflate: collapse by releasing contained air or gas.

Stop: the act of stopping something.

Around The Clock: without stopping.

Cessation: a stopping.

Disentanglement: the act of releasing from a snarled or tangled condition.

Pluck: the act of pulling and releasing a taut cord.

Secernment: the organic process of synthesizing and releasing some substance.

Endlessly: all the time; seemingly without stopping.

Stopover: a stopping place on a journey.

Balking: stopping short and refusing to go on.

Intermittent: stopping and starting at irregular intervals.

Bubbly: a white sparkling wine either produced in Champagne or resembling that produced there.

Antiviral: inhibiting or stopping the growth and reproduction of viruses.

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