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How to Pronounce pioneers?

Correct pronunciation for the word "pioneers" is [pa͡ɪ͡ənˈi͡əz], [pa‍ɪ‍ənˈi‍əz], [p_aɪə_n_ˈiə_z].

"Pioneers" in context

Pioneers are people who are the first to explore and develop a new area or activity. Throughout history, pioneers have been instrumental in making advancements in science, technology, and industry. They have shaped the way civilizations develop, and their contributions have been felt in nearly every aspect of life.

In the early days of the United States, pioneers were essential to the building of the country. They left their homes in the East to settle in the untamed wilderness, establishing new towns and villages. With their courage and hard work, they cleared the land, built homes, and developed farms. They ventured out and explored the vast landscape of the West.

Usage over time for pioneers:

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


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