How to Pronounce taut?

Correct pronunciation for the word "taut" is [tˈɔːt], [tˈɔːt], [t_ˈɔː_t].

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"Taut" in context

Taut is a word used to describe something that is pulled tight, and is held rigidly together. It is a term that is often used in technology, engineering, and construction. In terms of engineering, a taut structure refers to a structure that is rigid and held tightly together, so that if the structure is loaded, it does not deform or move excessively. This helps to keep the structure stable and safe. In construction, taut is used to describe objects that are tightened securely, like cables, wiring, and even bolts.

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