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Google Search now lets you practice pronunciations, adds visuals to definitions

9to5Google Thursday, 14 November 2019
These days, most people just turn to Google Search for definitions and other word-related queries. Google is now adding an experimental pronunciation feature, while definitions and translations are gaining images when contextually relevant.

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