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Suprasegmental refers to the meaningful combination of segmental elements of speech, such as phonemes, syllables, words or sentences. The most important suprasegmental properties of speech are pitch (intonation), stress, loudness, speech rate, and voice quality (e.g. whisper, breathy voice etc.).


Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics

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