How to Pronounce Niche depends on the American English Way or the British English Way. Here's More.

Niche Pronunciation | How to Say NICHE

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Whether you say Niche like “NICH” or “NEESH”, you are correct. As you can hear in the video below by Oxford Dictionaries, NICH is the American English way to pronounce niche. British English uses both NICH and NEESH.

How To Pronounce Niche

Most dictionaries actually show both as correct. I personally say NICH where most YouTubers these days seem to prefer neesh. In either case, you are correct.

The french pronunciation is NEESH.

Definition according to Webster:a place, employment, status, or activity for which a person or thing is best fitted [Hear it pronounced]

So if you are wondering how to pronounce niche, either way is fine.

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