plosive

A sound which is produced with a complete blockage of the pulmonic airstream. Also called a stop, examples are /p,t,k/.
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plosive

A speech sound made by blocking the air-stream completely with the tongue or lips, allowing the air to burst out after a brief moment, as in English /t/ tea or /b/ bee. See VOICE ONSET TIME.
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Plosive

In linguistics, another term for a stop.
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plosive

Speech sound made by impounding the air stream for a moment and then suddenly releasing it. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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plosive

Type: Term Pronunciation: plō′siv Definitions: 1. Speech sound made by impounding the air stream for a moment and then suddenly releasing it.
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plosive

[adj] - produced by complete closure of the oral passage and subsequent release with a burst of air (as `p` and `d` in `pit` or `dog`)
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