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aitch
American English: /eɪtʃ/
British English: /eɪtʃ/

Translation of aitch in Spanish:

noun

  • to drop one's aitches
    no pronunciar or no aspirar las haches
    (lo cual es indicio de habla poco educada)
    Example sentences
    • The dropping of aitches is widespread and is generally considered substandard.
    • But he also drops some of his aitches, so he'll say ‘orse for horse, and that's something that doesn't usually happen in Scotland.
    • To describe the noise, I've tried every combination of vowels and aitches.

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