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Does the IPA have a symbol to mark a letter that can be dropped in pronunciation?

There is no official IPA symbol for such a (non-)sound. However, language-specific phonemic transcription systems, which borrow symbols from the IPA, often use a superscript symbol for such omissible ...
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Does the IPA have a symbol to mark a letter that can be dropped in pronunciation?

The IPA doesn't have any notations that relate spelling to pronunciation, thus if [ð] can be spelled <th,dh,d>, IPA takes no note of that fact. It only deals in phonetically-interpretable ...
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