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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Illness & disability
lisplisp /lɪsp/ noun [singular]  MISPEAK A LANGUAGEa fault in the way someone speaks which makes them pronounce ‘s’ sounds as ‘th’ She speaks with a slight lisp.lisp verb [intransitive, transitive]
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lispOnly in the frankly imitative words like buzz and lisp do hint and pointing coincide.He had a slight lisp that used to be more pronounced.Bobbi speaks with a slight lisp.He spoke with a slight lisp and greeted Louis with respect but without subservience.Its note had none of the lisp of a flute but was bell-like in its clarity.The man with the lisp joined him.
From Longman Business Dictionary
Related topics: Computers
LISPLISP /lɪsp/ noun [uncountable] COMPUTING list processing; a type of computer language used especially in ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
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