Learn How to Pronounce DEBUT Correctly!

Learn How to Pronounce DEBUT Correctly!

Learn how to pronounce debut correctly by understanding the syllables.

debut (n.)

2 syllables

Stress the 2nd syllable


Illustrated sentence example: In the picture we see famous actress Kate Winslet.

The sentence example reads: Kate Winslet made her film debut in 1994 in the crime film Heavenly Creatures when she was 19 years old.

Examples of debut from news items:

His career rose to new heights when he teamed up with Jones to mix the soundtrack “The Wiz” before both collaborated on Jackson’s 1979 debut album “Off the Wall.”
Source: Seattle Times

A riveting debut that illuminates three intertwined lives in contemporary India, including a woman whose offhand social media post prompts the government to pin a terrorist attack on her.
Source: The Washington Post

Making quite a debut between the hedges, Daniels threw for 401 yards and four touchdowns as No. 13 Georgia held on for a 31-24 victory over Mississippi State on Saturday night.
Source: Fox News

Our graphics department even debuted a new color — a dark purplish red — on The New York Times’s online coronavirus case map to capture the record rates of infection.
Source: New York Times

Twitter debuted a new product called Safety Mode that will automatically block users who are being aggressive or hateful toward another person in an effort to help reduce harassment.
Source: Washington Post

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Slide 4 – Kate Winslet
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