Phonet. a speech sound (IPA symbol [--glottal--]) articulated by a momentary complete closing of the glottis: it is sometimes heard as a variant for medial t (as in bottle or water) in some English dialects, and is the medial sound in the negative expression conventionally spelled unh-unh in English
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A speech sound produced by a momentary complete closure of the glottis, followed by an explosive release, as in the middle of the interjection uh-oh or between the two i 's in some pronunciations of Hawaii.