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Pronunciation of Modeling: Learn how to pronounce Modeling in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word model:

noun
1a three-dimensional representation of a person or thing or of a proposed structure, typically on a smaller scale than the original:
a model of St Paul’s Cathedral
[as modifier]:
a model aeroplane
(in sculpture) a figure or object made in clay or wax, to be reproduced in another more durable material:
wax models were used by sculptors in the lost wax method of bronze casting
2a thing used as an example to follow or imitate:
the project became a model for other schemes
a person or thing regarded as an excellent example of a specified quality:
as she grew older, she became a model of self-control
[as modifier]:
he was a model husband and father
an actual person or place on which a specified fictional character or location is based:
Preston was the model for Coketown in ‘Hard Times’
(the Model) the plan for the reorganization of the Parliamentary army, passed by the House of Commons in 1644-5. See also New Model Army.
3a simplified description, especially a mathematical one, of a system or process, to assist calculations and predictions:
a statistical model used for predicting the survival rates of endangered species
4a person employed to display clothes by wearing them:
Jane was too small to be a model
a well-known fashion model
a person employed to pose for an artist, photographer, or sculptor:
an artist’s model
5a particular design or version of a product:
the company revealed their latest model at the Motor Show
a garment or a copy of a garment by a well-known designer:
strikes have dogged the production of the models
verb (models, modelling, modelled; US models, modeling, modeled)
[with object]
1fashion or shape (a three-dimensional figure or object) in a malleable material such as clay or wax:
use the icing to model a house
(in drawing or painting) represent so as to appear three-dimensional:
the body of the woman to the right is modelled in softer, riper forms
2 (model something on/after) use (a system, procedure, etc.) as an example to follow or imitate:
the research method will be modelled on previous work
(model oneself on) take (someone admired or respected) as an example to follow or imitate:
he models himself on rock legend Elvis Presley
devise a representation, especially a mathematical one, of (a phenomenon or system):
a computer program that can model the behaviour of smoke
3display (clothes) by wearing them:
the clothes were modelled by celebrities
[no object] work as a model by displaying clothes or posing for an artist or sculptor:
he’s been modelling for just two weeks
Derivatives
modeller
noun
Origin:
late 16th century (denoting a set of plans of a building): from French modelle, from Italian modello, from an alteration of Latin modulus (see modulus)