vocal tract
Noun

vocal tract (plural vocal tracts)

  1. (phonetics) Portion of the human body where speech sounds are articulated; the oral cavity, nasal cavity, and pharynx.
  2. (ornithology) Portion of a bird's anatomy that filters or modifies sound; the syrinx, oral cavity, and beak, plus portions of the esophagus and trachea.



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