How many syllables in Recognise?

recognise has 2 syllables

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Definition of Recognise

to acknowledge or identify as someone or something previously seen, known, or experienced

How should Recognise divide into syllables

There are three syllables in 'recognise'. The first syllable 'rec' contains one vowel 'e' and one consonant 'r'. The second syllable 'og' contains one vowel 'o' and one consonant 'g'. The third syllable 'nise' contains two vowels 'i' and 'e' and two consonants 'n' and 's'.

Part of Speech - Recognise


Sentences with Recognise

  • I can recognise the sound of my mother's voice.
  • The police officer was able to recognise the suspect from the security footage.
  • I recognise the importance of education in my life.
  • She recognised the scent of her grandmother's perfume.
  • I recognise that I made a mistake and I'm sorry.

Quotes with Recognise

  • "The best way to recognise a blessing is to be grateful for what you have." - Margo Vader
  • "It's not about how much we give but how much love we put into giving." - Mother Teresa
  • "The more you recognise and express gratitude for the things you have, the more things you will have to express gratitude for." - Zig Ziglar

Number of characters in Recognise

9 ( r, e, c, o, g, n, i, s, e )

Unique letters in Recognise

8 ( r, e, c, o, g, n, i, s )

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Phonetic Transcription of Recognise

IPA (International): ˈrekʌˌgnaɪz

ARA (American): ˈrɛkʌˌgnaɪz

EPA (English): ˈrekʌˌgnaɪz