occlusive

Occlusive vs Fricative - What's the difference?

occlusive | fricative |


In phonetics|lang=en terms the difference between occlusive and fricative

is that occlusive is (phonetics) a plosive while fricative is (phonetics) produced by air flowing through a restriction in the oral cavity.

As adjectives the difference between occlusive and fricative

is that occlusive is that tends to occlude while fricative is (phonetics) produced by air flowing through a restriction in the oral cavity.

As nouns the difference between occlusive and fricative

is that occlusive is (phonetics) a plosive 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.

Occlusive - What does it mean?

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Taxonomy vs Occlusive - What's the difference?

taxonomy | occlusive |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and occlusive

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while occlusive is (phonetics) a plosive.

As an adjective occlusive is

that tends to occlude.

Occlusive vs Occlusivity - What's the difference?

occlusive | occlusivity |


As nouns the difference between occlusive and occlusivity

is that occlusive is (phonetics) a plosive while occlusivity is the condition of being occlusive.

As an adjective occlusive

is that tends to occlude.

Occlusive vs Occlude - What's the difference?

occlusive | occlude |

Occlusive is a derived term of occlude.


As a adjective occlusive

is that tends to occlude.

As a noun occlusive

is (phonetics) a plosive.

As a verb occlude is

to obstruct, cover, or otherwise block an opening.

Occlusive vs Plosive - What's the difference?

occlusive | plosive |

Occlusive is a synonym of plosive.


In context|phonetics|lang=en terms the difference between occlusive and plosive

is that occlusive is (phonetics) a plosive while plosive is (phonetics) produced in this way.

As adjectives the difference between occlusive and plosive

is that occlusive is that tends to occlude while plosive is (phonetics) produced in this way.

As nouns the difference between occlusive and plosive

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

What is the difference between occlusive and stop?

occlusive | stop | Synonyms |

Occlusive is a synonym of stop.


As nouns the difference between occlusive and stop

is that occlusive is (phonetics) a plosive while stop is a (usually marked) place where line buses, trams or trains halt to let passengers get on and off or stop can be a small well-bucket; a milk-pail.

As a adjective occlusive

is that tends to occlude.

As a verb stop is

to cease moving.

As a adverb stop is

prone to halting or hesitation.