How many syllables in Recognising?

recognising has 3 syllables

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Definition of Recognising

Recognising means identifying someone or something that you have seen or heard before.

How should Recognising divide into syllables

There are 4 syllables in the word 'recognising'. The vowels are 'e', 'o', 'i' and 'i'. The consonants are 'r', 'c', 'g', 'n', 's' and 'ng'.

Part of Speech - Recognising


I am recognising my friend from across the room.

Sentences with Recognising

  • I am recognising my teacher's voice on the phone.
  • The police officers are recognising the suspect from the security footage.
  • My dog is recognising me as I come home from work.
  • She is recognising her favorite song on the radio.
  • He is recognising the different flavors in the ice cream.
  • The doctor is recognising the symptoms of the disease.
  • We are recognising the importance of taking care of the environment.
  • The audience is recognising the talent of the young musician.
  • The archaeologists are recognising the ancient artifacts.
  • The scientist is recognising the patterns in the data.

Quotes with Recognising

  • I think it's important to be recognising of other people's lives and other people's struggles. - Mindy Kaling
  • Recognising your mistakes and taking responsibility for them is a big part of growing up. - Alexa Vega
  • Recognising the need is the primary condition for design. - Charles Eames
  • Start by recognising that you are surrounded by people who want to succeed and help others succeed. - Tim Cook
  • Recognising the need to change is the first step to success. - Jim Collins

Number of characters in Recognising

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

Unique letters in Recognising

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

Recognising Backwards


Phonetic Transcription of Recognising

IPA (International): ˈrekʌˌgnaɪzɪŋ

ARA (American): ˈrɛkʌˌgnaɪzɪŋ

EPA (English): ˈrekʌˌgnaɪzɪŋ