I feel like I click “No” so often, I thought I’d verify one type is indeed a “No.”
For a contrived example, I would hit “No” if I heard: sub‑MIT a new re‑ZOOM. Sure, the verb “to resume” is pronounced re‑ZOOM, but by context the word shown is REH‑zuh‑may: résumé, even though it is written, as it often is in English, with no diacritical marks.
(Sorry for the elementary-school-style pronunciation transcription, but IPA is hot garbage.)
My latest actual example read: “The wheelhouse projects to the west of the pump house and has weatherboard sides.” One has to read the sentence in advance to know that “projects” is a verb. This contributor pronounced the other word that’s spelled “projects” …as if there were some projects to the west.