- adj. 咽喉的；喉咙的；喉音的
- n. 喉音；喉音字
1. gullet, gula => guttural.
- guttural (adj.)
- "pertaining to the throat," 1590s, from Middle French guttural, from Latin guttur "throat, gullet," perhaps expressive of throat-noises. "Note that gula, glut- and gurgulio also refer to the 'throat' and 'swallowing', and also contain g(l)u-. Guttur may belong to this same family, which has no PIE etymology" [de Vaan]. The noun, in linguistics, is from 1690s.
- 1. Joe had a low, guttural voice with a mid-Western accent.
- 2. a low guttural growl
- 3. He was a round old man with a guttural, polyglot accent.
- 4. Cordelia imitated his guttural tones.
- 5. The deep guttural sounds of the speaker were scarcely intelligible to the newly - waked, bewildered listener.
- 说话人的深重的喉音, 使这个刚醒而还莫名其妙的人几乎难以听得清楚.
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