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How to Pronounce monsoon?

Correct pronunciation for the word "monsoon" is [mənsˈuːn], [mənsˈuːn], [m_ə_n_s_ˈuː_n].

"Monsoon" in context

Monsoon is the name given to the seasonal winds and rains that affect much of India, South East Asia and Australia. Monsoon occurs twice a year, once in the winter and once in the summer, and brings extreme variability in weather. In summer, hot, humid temperatures and heavy rains characterize the monsoon season, while in winter monsoon winds bring in colder temperatures and a dryer climate. During monsoon season it is typical to experience heavy downpours, sometimes lasting all day, as well as thunderstorms and lightning.

Typically, one monsoon season begins in late May or early June and runs through September.

What are similar-sounding words for monsoon?

  • Mongeon,
  • monsen,
  • monson,
  • Monzon,
  • monosomy.

Usage over time for monsoon:

This graph shows how "monsoon" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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