Difference between revisions of "Stress-timed"

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Languages that are stress-timed are said to be produced with equal time intervals between stressed syllables. Stress-timed languages contrast with syllable-timed languages where all syllables are of approximately equal length.


Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics

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