How to Pronounce caw?

Correct pronunciation for the word "caw" is [kˈɔː], [kˈɔː], [k_ˈɔː].

"Caw" in context

A caw is an interesting and unique sound made by a number of different species of birds, most notably crows, rooks and ravens. It is generally heard when they are in pairs or groups, or during territorial disputes. The sound is created by forcing air through the syrinx, the organ at the base of a bird's trachea and controlling the flow of air with the muscles at the vocal cord gap. As a result, a variety of sounds can be produced, which vary in terms of tone and volume.

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