Definition of enunciation in English:

enunciation

Pronunciation /ēˌnənsēˈāSHən/ /iˌnənsiˈeɪʃən/ /əˌnənsēˈāSHən/ /əˌnənsiˈeɪʃən/

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noun

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‘The student, standing up, would have the next minute to say the poem, with perfect pronunciation and enunciation, without mistake or face the prospect of laps.’
  • ‘So wouldn't it be nice if all teachers were tested to demonstrate their competency in English enunciation and pronunciation so they could pass it on to their charges.’
  • ‘The training must include intense and particular attention to pronunciation, intonation and enunciation.’
  • ‘He was rocking in his chair, his mouth working on some enunciation.’
  • ‘Indeed, one might say that we reinterpret these concepts at every moment of utterance or enunciation.’