Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • etc. See inflection, etc.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Inflection.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Alternative spelling of inflection.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a change in the form of a word (usually by adding a suffix) to indicate a change in its grammatical function

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Examples

  • English has more inflexion and tonal variation, variance in levels of accent and length of syllables, all of which make it easier to hear though more difficult to speak, a reverse of the problems for a native Spanish speaker learning English than what I experience.

    Developing An Ear for Spanish

  • English has more inflexion and tonal variation, variance in levels of accent and length of syllables, all of which make it easier to hear though more difficult to speak, a reverse of the problems for a native Spanish speaker learning English than what I experience.

    Developing An Ear for Spanish

  • English has more inflexion and tonal variation, variance in levels of accent and length of syllables, all of which make it easier to hear though more difficult to speak, a reverse of the problems for a native Spanish speaker learning English than what I experience.

    Developing An Ear for Spanish

  • English has more inflexion and tonal variation, variance in levels of accent and length of syllables, all of which make it easier to hear though more difficult to speak, a reverse of the problems for a native Spanish speaker learning English than what I experience.

    Developing An Ear for Spanish

  • English has more inflexion and tonal variation, variance in levels of accent and length of syllables, all of which make it easier to hear though more difficult to speak, a reverse of the problems for a native Spanish speaker learning English than what I experience.

    Developing An Ear for Spanish

  • English has more inflexion and tonal variation, variance in levels of accent and length of syllables, all of which make it easier to hear though more difficult to speak, a reverse of the problems for a native Spanish speaker learning English than what I experience.

    Developing An Ear for Spanish

  • English has more inflexion and tonal variation, variance in levels of accent and length of syllables, all of which make it easier to hear though more difficult to speak, a reverse of the problems for a native Spanish speaker learning English than what I experience.

    Developing An Ear for Spanish

  • English has more inflexion and tonal variation, variance in levels of accent and length of syllables, all of which make it easier to hear though more difficult to speak, a reverse of the problems for a native Spanish speaker learning English than what I experience.

    Developing An Ear for Spanish

  • English has more inflexion and tonal variation, variance in levels of accent and length of syllables, all of which make it easier to hear though more difficult to speak, a reverse of the problems for a native Spanish speaker learning English than what I experience.

    Developing An Ear for Spanish

  • English has more inflexion and tonal variation, variance in levels of accent and length of syllables, all of which make it easier to hear though more difficult to speak, a reverse of the problems for a native Spanish speaker learning English than what I experience.

    Developing An Ear for Spanish

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