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  • Deletion (linguistics) — Deletion is a linguistic process by which a sound present in its underlying phonemic form is removed from the phonetic form in certain environments. For instance, the word infrared is often pronounced [ɪnfərɛd] . Deletion is similar to the… …   Wikipedia

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