Definitions for orateɔˈreɪt, oʊˈreɪt, ˈɔr eɪt, ˈoʊr eɪt

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. orate(verb)

    talk pompously


  1. orate(Verb)

    To speak formally; to give a speech.

  2. orate(Verb)

    To speak passionately; to preach for or against something.

  3. Origin: Back formation from oration, from oratio, from oratus, from oro.

Anagrams of orate »

  1. oater

  2. Erato

Translations for orate

From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • orateGerman
  • disertar, arengar, amonestar, perorar, pontificar, sermonear, vituperarSpanish
  • puhua, pitää puhe, saarnata, paasataFinnish
  • discourir, pontifier, laïusser, disserter, vitupérer, délivrer un laïus, pérorer, haranguer, admonesterFrench
  • fare la predica, vituperareItalian
  • kauwhau, whaikupu, whaikōreroMāori
  • произносить, убеждать, речь, горячоRussian

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