...generally be short in the Hawaiian language. This means that they denote a change in length, not pronunciation . It's also acceptable to substitute "oo" for ō and "aa" for ā though this is somewhat rare.
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a·ze·o·trope (ə-zē'ə-trōp', ā 'zē-) pronunciation n. A liquid mixture of two or more substances that retains...
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