Definitions for Speakingˈspi kɪŋ
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the act, utterance, or discourse of a person who speaks.
speakings, literary works composed for recitation.
(adj.)able to speak.
used in, suited to, or involving speaking or talking.
giving information as if by speech:
speaking proof of a thing.
a speaking likeness.
Origin of speaking:
speaking, speech production(noun)
the utterance of intelligible speech
public speaking, speechmaking, speaking, oral presentation(adj)
delivering an address to a public audience
"people came to see the candidates and hear the speechmaking"
capable of or involving speech or speaking
"human beings--the speaking animals"; "a speaking part in the play"
One's ability to communicate vocally in a given language.
The act of communicating vocally.
An oral recitation of e.g. a story.
Used in speaking.
one's normal speaking voice
The sight was more speaking than any speech could be.
It was her first speaking part: she screamed.
Having the ability of speech.
speaking parrot; speaking clock
uttering speech; used for conveying speech; as, man is a speaking animal; a speaking tube
seeming to be capable of speech; hence, lifelike; as, a speaking likeness
Translations for Speaking
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
a speaking part in a play.
- كَلامي، يَشْمَل الكَلامArabic
- falantePortuguese (BR)
- που εμπεριέχει λόγοGreek
- govorni, govorenCroatian
- tentang percakapanIndonesian
- talandi; tal-Icelandic
- loma ar tekstuLatvian
- tale-, taling, snakk(ing)Norwegian
- سخن گفتنPersian
- خبرى كولPashto
- говорящий; со словамиRussian
- 精彩的Chinese (Trad.)
- такий, що промовляєтьсяUkrainian
- تقریر یا بات چیت سے متعلقUrdu
- nói lên, biểu lộVietnamese
- 精彩的Chinese (Simp.)
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