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

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word net:

noun
1a piece of open-meshed material made of twine, cord, or something similar, used typically for catching fish or other animals:
fishermen mending their nets
a piece of net supported by a frame at the end of a handle, used for catching fish or insects.
the total amount of fish caught in one session or expedition:
good nets of roach, chub, and perch
2a structure consisting of a net supported on a frame, forming the goal in games such as football:
Wales did find the net in the 32nd minute
a net supported on a cord between two posts to divide the playing area in tennis, badminton, volleyball, etc..
Cricket a strip of ground enclosed by a net, for batting and bowling practice:
[as modifier]:
a full net practice
a safety net:
he felt like a tightrope-walker without a net
3 [mass noun] a fine fabric with a very open weave:
[as modifier]:
net curtains
(nets) British informal net curtains.
4a means of catching someone; a trap:
the search was delayed, allowing the murderers to escape the net
a means of selecting or securing someone or something:
he spread his net far and wide in his long search for success
5a communications or broadcasting network, especially of maritime radio:
the radio net was brought to life with a mayday
a network of interconnected computers:
a computer news net
(the Net) the Internet.
verb (nets, netting, netted)
[with object]
1catch (a fish or other animal) with a net:
damage caused when netting the fish
rabbits can be netted all the year round
fish with nets in (a river):
they were netting the River Naver
acquire or obtain in a skilful way:
customs officials have netted large caches of drugs
2(in sport) hit (a ball) into the net; score (a goal):
Butler netted 14 goals
3cover with a net:
we fenced off a rabbit-proof area for vegetables and netted the top
Phrases

slip (or fall) through the net
escape from or be missed by something intended to catch or deal with one:
the girl slipped through the net of all the care agencies
Derivatives

netful
noun (plural netfuls)
netter
noun
Origin:

Old English net, nett, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch net and German Netz