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How to Pronounce Flickers: Learn how to pronounce Flickers in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word flicker:

verb
[no object]
1(of light or a source of light) shine unsteadily; vary rapidly in brightness:
the interior lights flickered, and came on
(of a flame) burn fitfully, alternately flaring up and dying down:
the candle flickered again
(as adjective flickering)
the flickering flames cast long shadows
(of an emotion) be felt or shown briefly or faintly:
amusement flickered briefly in his eyes
2make small, quick movements:
her eyelids flickered
[with complement]:
Forster’s eyes flickered open
noun
1an unsteady movement of a flame or light causing rapid variations in brightness:
the flicker of a candle flame caught our eyes
[mass noun] fluctuations in the brightness of a film or television image such as occur when the number of frames per second is too small for persistence of vision.
2a tiny movement:
the flicker of an eyelid
a brief feeling or indication of emotion:
a flicker of a smile passed across her face
Origin:

Old English flicorian, flycerian ‘to flutter’, probably of Germanic origin and related to Low German flickern and Dutch flikkeren