How to Pronounce Galaxies?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Galaxies" is [ɡˈalɐksˌiz], [ɡˈalɐksˌiz], [ɡ_ˈa_l_ɐ_k_s_ˌi_z].

"Galaxies" in context

Galaxies are comprised of billions of stars, dust and dark matter held together by gravity. There are an estimated two trillion galaxies in the universe and our own Milky Way is just one. Galaxies consist of 4 main types, elliptical, spiral, barred spiral, and irregular. Elliptical galaxies have no spiral arms and appear either round or oval shaped. Spiral galaxies have a sun-like structure of stars and gas, including a bulge at the centre, surrounded by a flat disk. Barred spiral galaxies look like a spiral galaxy with a central bar that runs through the nucleus. The fourth type is irregular galaxies which lack a well-defined shape.

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