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glottal stop

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Linguistics
glottal stopˌglottal ˈstop noun [countable]  technicalSL a speech sound made by completely closing and then opening your glottis, which in some forms of spoken English may take the place of a /t/ between vowel sounds or may be used before a vowel sound
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