Labialization is a secondary articulatory feature of sounds in some languages. Labialized sounds
Pronunciation of the phoneme /r/ in the English language has many variations in different dialects.
characterisation is a matter of debate, but which usually feature distinct labialization. The sound
the articulation of a vowel. It is labialization of a vowel. When a rounded vowel is pronounced, the lips form
instead be transcribed as palatalized consonants plus labialization, ⟨ʷ⟩, as with the [sʲʷ] = [sᶣ
In inorganic chemistry, the trans effect is the labilization (making more reactive) of ligands
in organic chemistry. This pathway can be well described by the cis effect, or the labilization of CO
In inorganic chemistry, the cis effect is defined as the labilization (making unstable) of CO