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onset time, commonly abbreviated VOT, is a feature of the
production of stop consonants. It is defined as the length of time
that passes between when a stop consonant is released and when
voicing, the vibration of the vocal folds, begins. Some authors
allow negative values to mark voicing that begins during the period
of articulatory closure for the consonant and continues in the
release, for those unaspirated voiced stops in which there is no
voicing present at the instant of articulatory closure.
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