accented

adjective ac·cent·ed \ ˈak-ˌsen-təd , ak-ˈsen- , British usually ək-ˈsen- \
|Updated on: 21 Jun 2018

Definition of accented

: spoken or written with an accent
  • an accented syllable
  • a person who speaks slightly/heavily accented English

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Origin and Etymology of accented

from past participle of 2accent



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