What 5 letter word means the opposite of big and has a short vowel sound?
Stand is the opposite of "sit" and has a short vowel sound.
The word "small" has a short A vowel sound.
The word "back" has a short A vowel sound.
The word "melt" has a short E vowel sound.
The word is shutting (short U, short I).
The word "little" has a short i sound (ih) and a schwa (uhl) for the second syllable.
The first O has a short O (aah) sound, the second O is a schwa (uh). The I also has a short I sound.
The opposite of "there" is "here." (The homophone hear means to detect sound).
The first O has a short O sound, the second O is a schwa, and the I is a short I. (op-uh-zit).
Yes, it has a very short sound called shwa , which means a reduced sound which is not really an o.
"Sound" means the horse is not limping. "Unsound" is the opposite. Other words for sound are "off" and "lame".
rawr ---don't know what that means but the short i sound in perfect is the 2nd e in the word perfect
It is a short sound, usually a short U sound (wuz) or more rarely a short A (waz).
The word "back" has a short A vowel sound.
I intend to pass you on my port (left) side. It means I intend to LEAVE you on my port side. That means you will be overtaking the vessel you are approaching (which is the stand on vessel and has the right away) and leaving it on YOUR port side. Simply put you are over taking the vessel and maneuvering to your right. If you are passing from behind and the other vessel is in… Read More
No. The term for opposite words is antonyms. The term homophones (sound-alike) means words that are pronounced the same.
The word bike does have a short sound. The letter K in the word bike is short.
Silence is the opposite or antonym of sound.
it means a baseword that is a a short word plus a suffix that makes it schwa sound
Yes, for example in "Tuo", which means "That"
Yes, it is a short vowel sound. The long vowel sound for the letter u is when it's pronounced "you;" the short vowel sound for the letter u is when it's pronounced "uh," like in this word.
The short U sound is the letter U. The E is a short E sound (eht).
The short bar above a letter is called a macron and means a long vowel sound.
it means the opposite of what banks have been doing since the end of WWI. google Norman Dodd
There is really no antonym for sound because theres nothing the opposite of sound.
The A has a short A sound, and the I has a short I sound.
It has no U sound : the i has a short i sound and the E has a short E sound.
No. It has a short A sound and a short I sound (man-ij). The E has no sound.
Yes. If it were "take", with an e on the end, then that would be a long vowel sound. Other examples are: mat - short vowel sound mate - long vowel sound tap - short vowel sound tape - long vowel sound cap - short vowel sound cape - long vowel sound To help you determine if it's a long or short vowel sound, if it sounds like the letter itself does, then it's a… Read More
Yes. A "short vowel" is one that does not have the same sound as the letter itself. The word "am" is a short A, while "ate" has a long A sound.
It has a short I sound.
The first letter has a short vowel sound.
The long A has the sound of the letter A (ay) as in day. The short A has the "ah" sound as in apple and cat.
The word has a short A sound and a short I sound.
The E has a short E sound and the I has a short I sound.
Since dozen means 12, then one short would be 11. Euphemism for "not of sound mind"
The opposite of hearing sound would be making sound. The word speaking is more closely the opposite of listening.
And has a short a sound.
The O in rocket is a short vowel. The letter E is a schwa, which is also a short type of sound but unstressed.
The noun or verb "polish" has a short O sound and a short I sound. The proper adjective "Polish" has a long O sound and a short I sound.
Is bugle short you sound or long you sound
sound had a short and long sound but is had a ordinary sound
Yes. Had has a short sound. Hate has a long a sound.
Yes. The A has a short A sound, as in sand. The I is a short I.
It has both a short A (sand) and a short I (wich).
Yes, the word 'bread' does have the short e sound. But not all words that have the e and a together make the same short e sound. An example of a word where the e and a make the long e sound is bead. But you also have words that are spelled exactly the same but sound different and mean different things, such as lead (with a long E meaning show someone the way) and… Read More
Yes. It has a short A sound as in the words ran and grant. The short A sound is the same as in "ad" and "as" but different from the sound in "at."
No, fish has a short i sound. A word with the short e sound is flesh.
Yes. The first A has a short A sound (mahn) and the second has a short I sound (ij).
Yes. The A has a short A sound. In context, the E has a short I sound. (bih-gan)