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Dictionary:English Phonemic Representation

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The English Phonemic Representation (abbreviated enPR) is a Wiktionary-specific system for representing English sounds, designed to be similar to the systems of the American Heritage Dictionary, Webster's Dictionary, and others, and therefore to be more readily accessible to many readers than the IPA.

For details of the symbols used, see the pronunciation key.

The template {{enPR}} is designed to be used with enPR transcriptions.

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