Bump pronunciation

Bump pronunciation DEFAULT

How to pronounce bump in English

Bump pronounced by Ivy (child, girl)

Bump pronounced by Joanna (female)

Bump pronounced by Kendra (female)

Bump pronounced by Kimberly (female)

Bump pronounced by Salli (female)

Bump pronounced by Joey (male)

Bump pronounced by Justin (child, boy)

Bump pronounced by Matthew (male)

Bump pronounced by Amy (female)

Bump pronounced by Emma (female)

Bump pronounced by Brian (male)

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\ ˈbəmpHow to pronounce bump (audio)\

1: a relatively abrupt convexity or protuberance on a surface: such as

a: a swelling of tissueHer face flawless. Not a bump, a splotch or a freckle.— Katy Kelly

b: a sudden rise or uneven area in a road surface likely to jolt a passing vehiclea bump in the road

cphrenology : a cranial protuberance

2a: a sudden forceful blow, impact, or joltfelt a bump when the boat hit the dock

b: demotion

3: an action of thrusting the hips forward with an abrupt suggestive motion (as in a dance or in a burlesque striptease act) — compare grindentry 2 sense 4

4: baby bumpConfirming her pregnancy at the September 6 MTV Video Music Awards, Kanye West's ex, 28, showed off her bump for the first time on the red carpet.— Allison Corneau

5: an increase in amounta slight bump in wages/prices… since "Glee" burst on the scene last fall, some local show choirs have seen a bump in auditions …— Kristin Tillotson

6slang : a small quantity of an illicit drug when inhaled in powdered form at one timeAt her first few shows Savannah did bumps of coke off her pinkie before hitting the stage.— Peter Wilkinson

7volleyball : the act or an instance of bumping (see bumpentry 2 sense 4) the ball with the forearmsLoara High volleyball player Juli Miles demonstrates how to execute a bump during a match … . As the ball approaches, bring in your elbows and lock them so that your forearms are close to touching, which creates a nice, flat platform for the ball to bounce off.— Laura Czingula

transitive verb

1: to strike or knock with force or violence

3a(1): to dislodge with a jolt

(2): to subject to a scalar changerates being bumped up

b: to oust usually by virtue of seniority or prioritywas bumped from the flight

4volleyball : to hit (the ball) with the forearms held close together and facing upward (as when receiving a serve)Hitting a ball with your bare forearms might sound painful, but it won't be if you learn how to bump the ball properly.— Eric Rinehimer

5US slang : to play or listen to (recorded music, especially rap)… a portable DVD/CD player that bumps the new Snoop Dogg through surround-sound speakers …— Daniel G. Habib

intransitive verb

1: to knock against something with a forceful jolt

2: to proceed in or as if in a series of bumps

3: to encounter something that is an obstacle or hindrancebumped up against a chair

bump into

: to encounter especially by chance

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How To Say Bump

 

Connected Speech

 

 

phonemic symbols

 

What is connected speech?
When we speak naturally we do not pronounce a word, stop, then say the next word in the sentence. Fluent speech flows with a rhythm and the words bump into each other. To make speech flow smoothly the way we pronounce the end and beginning of some words can change depending on the sounds at the beginning and end of those words.

These changes are described as features of connected speech.

 

Sounds link
Linking is a way of joining the pronunciation of two words so that they are easy to say and flow together smoothly. In English there are different ways that this happens.

Consonant to vowel linking - when the first word ends with a consonant sound and the second word begins with a vowel sound. See Radio Programme 1

Vowel to vowel linking - when certain vowels come next to each other an extra sound is added to make the link smooth. See Radio Programme 1

Linking 'r'
In standard British English (RP) the letter 'r' after a vowel sound at the end of word is often not pronounced. However, when the following word begins with a vowel the /r/ sound is pronounced to make a smooth link. See Radio Programme 2

 

Sounds disappear
When the sounds /t/ or /d/ occur between two consonant sounds, they will often disappear completely from the pronunciation. See Radio Programme 2

 

Sounds join together
When a word ends in a consonant sound and the following word begins with the same consonant sound, we don't pronounce two sounds - both sounds are pronounced together as one. See Radio Programme 2

 

Sounds change
When a word ends in a consonant sound and the following word begins with a consonant sound, depending on the particular sounds, the last sound of the first word or both the last sound and the first sound of the next word can change. SeeRadio Programme 3

 

 

 

 

 

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Pronunciation bump

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