defray can be a tough word to pronounce.
When you’re faced with the daunting task of finding the correct pronunciation of defray for your friends and family, you’ll have to find an online dictionary or Google translate.
Thankfully, there are a few free defray pronunciations to help.
First up, we’ll take a look at what a defry pronunciation looks like.
This pronunciation is the same as the one shown in the previous section, but with a slightly different tone to make it easier to understand.
Defray is pronounced with an acute tone.
A sound like this has a distinct sound, like the sound of a sharp knife.
This is the sound that your computer will make when it recognizes a word.
This sounds more like the pronunciation of a soft drink than the pronunciation that’s actually used in a deforce.
The pronunciation is not as sharp as a sharp blade.
This one has a sharp tone that can make it sound very awkward, especially if you’re new to defray.
The pronunciation of this word is similar to that of a drink.
It has a slight accent to it, which makes it more like a soft cocktail.
If you’re already familiar with the pronunciation, this one should feel familiar.
When you’re not using a dictionary or a dictionary translator, this is a good choice.
It makes the pronunciation easier to follow, especially when it comes to how words are pronounced.
The hard part about it is figuring out how to say it in a casual way.
To help you with this, I’ve included some good online dictionaries that I think can help you understand defray in a few different ways.
You can find a complete list of defrays by typing defray into the search box on the right.
Here’s a list of online dictionary sites that I highly recommend:A dictionary site called Dictionary.com offers a free defry pronunciation for defray that I like.
You can download the free defray pronunciator here.
Another dictionary site, Linguistic.com, offers a defrary pronunciation for defry.
You don’t need to pay for the defrayer, but you do need to have a copy of your defray dictionary.
These dictionaries will provide you with the right pronunciation.
If you want to learn more about the pronunciation process, you can check out this video from my friend and fellow tech editor, Dan Harmon.
You may also want to check out my previous article, How to pronounce defray: A quick guide to pronunciation.