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

Learn how to say Sound correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word sound:

[mass noun]
1vibrations that travel through the air or another medium and can be heard when they reach a person’s or animal’s ear:
light travels faster than sound
[count noun] a thing that can be heard:
she heard the sound of voices in the hall
don’t make a sound
the area or distance within which something can be heard:
we were always within sound of the train whistles
2 (also musical sound) sound produced by continuous and regular vibrations, as opposed to noise.
3music, speech, and sound effects when recorded and used to accompany a film, video, or broadcast:
[as modifier]:
a sound studio
broadcasting by radio as distinct from television.
the distinctive quality of the music of a particular composer or performer or of the sound produced by a particular instrument:
the sound of the Beatles
(sounds) informal popular music:
sounds of the Sixties
4 [in singular] an idea or impression conveyed by words:
you’ve had a hard day, by the sound of it
1emit or cause to emit sound:
[no object]:
a loud buzzer sounded
[with object]:
she sounded the horn
[with object] give an audible signal to indicate (something):
a different bell begins to sound midnight
[with object] express or convey (a warning):
pharmaceutical companies are sounding the alarm about counterfeit drugs
[with object] pronounce:
sound the rhymes clearly
[with object] test (the lungs or another body cavity) by noting the sound they produce:
the doctor sounded her chest
2 [no object] convey a specified impression when heard:
[with complement]:
he sounded worried
(of something or someone that has been described to one) convey a specified impression:
it sounds as though you really do believe that
[with complement]:
the house sounds lovely