affricates

Affricates vs Plosive - What's the difference?

affricates | plosive |


As nouns the difference between affricates and plosive

is that affricates is while plosive is (phonetics) sound produced from opening a previously closed oral passage; for example, when pronouncing the sound /p/ in "pug".

As an adjective plosive is

(phonetics) produced in this way.

Fricatives vs Affricates - What's the difference?

fricatives | affricates |


As nouns the difference between fricatives and affricates

is that fricatives is while affricates is .

Stops vs Affricates - What's the difference?

stops | affricates |


As nouns the difference between stops and affricates

is that stops is while affricates is .

Affricates vs Fricative - What's the difference?

affricates | fricative |


As nouns the difference between affricates and fricative

is that affricates is while fricative is (phonetics) any of several sounds produced by air flowing through a constriction in the oral cavity and typically producing a sibilant, hissing, or buzzing quality; a fricative consonant english /f/ and /s/ are fricatives.

As an adjective fricative is

(phonetics) produced by air flowing through a restriction in the oral cavity.

Affricates vs Plosives - What's the difference?

affricates | plosives |


As nouns the difference between affricates and plosives

is that affricates is while plosives is .