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Received Pronunciation

Community » Educational

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BRP

British Received Pronunciation

Regional » British

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URP

Upper Received Pronunciation

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What does received pronunciation mean?

Received Pronunciation(noun)
the approved pronunciation of British English; originally based on the King's English as spoken at public schools and at Oxford and Cambridge Universities (and widely accepted elsewhere in Britain); until recently it was the pronunciation of English used in British broadcasting

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