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    Oxford dictionary

    I found that "type" in Oxford dictionary is /tʌɪp/ but in Cambridge dictionary is/taɪp/.
    why?

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    Re: Oxford dictionary

    John Wells has described the /ʌɪ/ transcription of this sound as unsuitable. I agree. Stick with the Wells/Cambridge //..

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