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How do you pronounce 'ate' in American and British English? I cannot find it...

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British English pronunciation of ate: /eɪt/ or /et/

American English pronunciation of ate: /eɪt/

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In the BrEng of this speaker, it's /et/. – Barrie England Nov 28 '11 at 18:55

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