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  • All of the cast members spoke their lines in English, some of them phonetically.
  • Not being able to speak French for her role, she had to learn her lines phonetically.
  • The boy spoke no English and had to learn his lines phonetically.
  • The way the word is represented on paper is not always the way the word would be represented phonetically.
  • With time, the "i" was phonetically lost giving rise to the present name.
  • The code words were chosen so that they were phonetically as clear and distinct as possible.
  • Chinese languages have been phonetically transcribed into many other writing systems over the centuries.
  • Things like these might be reasons for the hard time people have if they try to spell a word phonetically.
  • In all three films, she learned her English lines phonetically.
  • He continues to enjoy steady film work even though he has to learn his Chinese lines phonetically.
  • After learning the two scenes phonetically and after finishing the two days of shooting, she was given the role.
  • Chinese languages have been phonetically transcribed into many other writing systems.
  • This list might also have issues with phonetically reading from Persian to English.
  • Early on, before he became fluent in English, he had to learn his lines phonetically.
  • I have not the least idea of their meaning; so I have only been able to render them phonetically. Cited from The Club of Queer Trades, by G. K. Chesterton/GKC8
  • She did not know English that well at the time, and had to learn some of the lyrics phonetically.
  • Throughout his visit, he often spoke a few sentences of Polish, which he had learned phonetically.
  • In some names, Japanese characters phonetically "spell" a name and have no intended meaning behind them.
  • Many court reporters and stenocaptioners write out numbers phonetically instead of using the number bar.
  • The Spanish actor, lacking the ability to speak English, learned his lines phonetically.
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Meaning of phonetically

  • adverb By phonetics
    phonetically realized