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

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word posture:

noun
1a particular position of the body:
I got out of the car in an alert posture
the characteristic way in which someone holds their body when standing or sitting:
he took ballet lessons to improve his posture
Zoology a particular pose adopted by a bird or other animal, interpreted as a signal of a specific pattern of behaviour:
the snake inverts itself into the mock-dead posture
2a particular approach or attitude:
trade unions adopted a more militant posture in wage negotiations
a way of behaving that is intended to convey a false impression; a pose:
despite pulling back its missiles, the government maintained a defiant posture for home consumption
verb
1 [no object] (often as noun posturing) behave in a way that is intended to impress or mislead:
a masking of fear with macho posturing
[with object] adopt (a particular attitude) so as to impress or mislead:
the companies may posture regret, but they have a vested interest in increasing Third World sales
2 [with object and adverbial] archaic place (someone) in a particular attitude or pose:
and still these two were postured motionless
Derivatives

postural
adjective
posturer
noun
Origin:

late 16th century (denoting the relative position of one thing to another): from French, from Italian postura, from Latin positura ‘position’, from posit- ‘placed’, from the verb ponere