- the articulation of a plosive sound
- loosely the final stage, or sudden release of breath, in the articulation of a plosive
Origin of plosion; from (ex)plosion
- The articulation of a plosive sound.
- The sudden release of occluded air characteristically occurring in the articulation of certain stop consonants. Also called explosion.
Origin of plosionFrom explosion.
- (phonetics) Pronunciation of a consonant that is characterised by completely blocking the flow of air through the mouth.