Etymology
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occlusive (adj.)

"serving to close, having the function of closing," 1867, from Latin occlus-, past-participle stem of occludere (see occlude) + -ive.

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Definitions of occlusive
1
occlusive (n.)
a consonant produced by stopping the flow of air at some point and suddenly releasing it;
Synonyms: stop consonant / stop / plosive consonant / plosive speech sound / plosive
2
occlusive (adj.)
tending to occlude;
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