Vibrant consonant

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In phonetics, a vibrant is a class of consonant including taps and trills. Spanish has two vibrants, /r/ and /ɾ/, while most English dialects have one, /ɾ/.

The term is sometimes used when it is not clear whether the rhotic (r-sound) in a language is a tap or a trill.

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