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sound / noise / note (of musical scale) / tone / news / syllable / reading (phonetic value of a character)
to pronounce / pronunciation / to emit sound
voice / sound / CL: 個|个
HSK 3
vowel
phonetic writing / pinyin (Chinese romanization)
HSK 5
speech sounds / pronunciation / colloquial (rather than literary) pronunciation of a Chinese character / phonetic / audio / voice / (Internet) to voice chat / voice message
pronunciation / literary (rather than colloquial) pronunciation of a Chinese character
to record (sound) / sound recording / CL: 個|个
HSK 5
dubbing (filmmaking)
rumble / noise / static (in a signal)
HSK 6
beep
Guanyin, the Bodhisattva of Compassion or Goddess of Mercy (Sanskrit Avalokiteśvara)
Annotated Sounds, a phonetic transliteration for Chinese used esp. in Taiwan / also known as Bopomofo ㄅㄆㄇㄈ
soundproofing
quiet / silent / mute
good news / glad tidings / gospel
voice
unison / homophone
to transmit / to broadcast
to receive a radio signal / to make an audio recording / (of an auditorium etc) to have good acoustics / (vocal training, linguistics) ending (of a word or syllable)
intimate friend / soul mate
Hanyu Pinyin, the romanization system used in the PRC since the 1960s
bass
Boeing
mordent (music)
electronic music (genre)
oral speech sounds (linguistics)
HSK 6
voice / accent
The Voice of China, PRC reality talent show
high pitch / soprano / treble
homonym / homophone / harmonic (component of sound)
consonant
(audio) mixing
echo / reply / turn (ornament in music)
to tune (a musical instrument)
to silence
one's speaking voice / tone / implication
noise
Tieguanyin tea (a variety of oolong tea)
Voice of America (VOA)
Guanyin, the Bodhisattva of Compassion or Goddess of Mercy (Sanskrit Avalokiteśvara)
to amplify (sound)
keynote / principal tone / tonic / vowel
accent (of a word) / stress (on a syllable)
pure tone
crosstalk / to overhear
standard pronunciation / to correct sb's pronunciation
musical note / tone
local accent / accent of one's native place
Gospel according to St Mark
recorded media (CD and DVD) / sound and movies
nasal sound
lowest voice / lowest pitch / lowest note
unvoiced consonant / voiceless consonant
fricative (phonetics)
lingering sound
chest voice
music / (used in advertising instrumental tuition) / (archaic) musical instruments made of eight different materials (metal , stone , clay , leather , silk 絲|丝, wood , gourd , bamboo )
five notes of pentatonic scale, roughly do, re, mi, sol, la / five classes of initial consonants of Chinese phonetics, namely: 喉音, 牙音, 舌音, 齒音|齿音, 唇音
retroflex sound (e.g. in Mandarin zh, ch, sh, r)
coronal consonants of Middle Chinese
to indicate the phonetic value of a word using other words
overtone (music) / (fig.) connotation / implied meaning
phonetic transcription / transliteration
vibrato (of stringed instrument) / trill (in phonetics)
Gospel according to St Matthew
overtone / a harmonic
comfortable voice (well within one's range of pitch)
voiced consonant (linguistics)
sound of the heart / heartbeat
Gospel according to St John
voiced consonant (English z or v, as opposed to unvoiced s or f)
velar consonants of Middle Chinese
sonic boom
tuplet (music) / sandhi (phonetics)
syncopation
dental consonant
keypad tone / key tone
glissando
diphthong
decadent or obscene music
baritone
Beijing pronunciation
bass (music) / lower register male voice
standard pronunciation / standard tone (e.g. A = 440 Hz)
retroflex sound (e.g. in Mandarin zh, ch, sh, r)
semitone
voice-over / background narration
velar nasal / consonant ng or ŋ produced in the nose with the back of the tongue against the soft palate
ancient (esp. pre-Qin) pronunciation of a Chinese character / classical speech sounds
polyphony
VoIP (Voice over IP) (computing) / to speak with others over the Internet
off-key / out of tune (music)
apical consonant (produced with the tip of the tongue, i.e. d or t)
alveolar nasal / consonant n produced in the nose with the tongue against the alveolar ridge
fricative
Cantonese romanization / Jyutping, one of the many Cantonese romanization systems
assembled phonology
busy signal (telephony)
lateral consonant (phonetics)

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