Glottal stop

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The audible release of a complete closure at the glottis is known as a glottal stop, transcribed [?]. In several accents of English, the sound has phonemic status, as in 'bottle', where RP has a voiceless plosive /t/.


Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics