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phonological (not comparable)
- Of or relating to phonology.
- 1988, Andrew Radford, Transformational Grammar, Cambridge: University Press, →ISBN, page 5:
- [...] Phonological competence is also reflected in intuitions about phonological structure: any English speaker intuitively feels, for example, that the sequence 'black bird' can either be a single phonological word (BLACKbird, with primary stress on black = a species of bird, like thrush, robin, etc.), or two independent phonological words (BLACK BIRD or black BIRD = bird which is black, as opposed to 'white bird', 'yellow bird', etc.).
of or relating to phonology