Below is the UK transcription for ‘cousin‘: Modern IPA: kə́zən. Traditional IPA: ˈkʌzən. 2 syllables: “KUZ” + “uhn”
the son or daughter of an uncle or aunt. See also second cousin, removed (def. 2). one related by descent in a diverging line from a known common ancestor, as from one’s grandparent or from one’s father’s or mother’s sister or brother.
Correct pronunciation for the word “cousins” is [kˈʌzənz], [kˈʌzənz], [k_ˈʌ_z_ə_n_z].
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