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Sinónimos de say en inglés:

verbo

  • 1 she felt her stomach flutter as he said her name
  • 2 ‘I must go,’ she said
    declare, state, announce;
    remark, observe, mention, comment, note, add;
    reply, respond, answer, rejoin;
    whisper, mutter, mumble, mouth
    informal come out with
  • 3 Newall says he's innocent
    claim, maintain, assert, hold, insist, contend, aver, affirm, avow;
    formal opine
  • 4 I can't conjure up the words to say how I feel what are you trying to say, Inspector?
    express, put into words, phrase, articulate, communicate, make known, get across, put across, convey, verbalize, render, tell;
    reveal, divulge, impart, disclose;
    imply, suggest, signify, denote, mean
  • 5 they sang hymns and said a prayer
    recite, repeat, utter, deliver, perform, declaim, orate
  • 6 the lighted dial of her watch said one twenty
    indicate, show, read
  • 7 I'd say about 90 per cent of my stories are off the top of my head
    estimate, judge, guess, hazard a guess, dare say, predict, speculate, surmise, conjecture, venture;
    informal reckon
  • 8 let's say you'd just won a million pounds
    suppose, assume, imagine, presume, take as a hypothesis, hypothesize, postulate, posit
  • 9 she determined to find something to say in his favour
    adduce, propose, advance, bring forward, offer, plead
  • Frases

    be said

    1
    it is said that she lived to be over a hundred his widow was said to be inconsolable
    be reported, be thought, be believed, be alleged, be rumoured, be reputed, be put about;
    be described, be asserted;
    apparently, seemingly, it seems that, it appears that, (so) they say, (so) the story goes, by all accounts, rumour has it, the rumour is

    that is to say

    2
    people emigrated for economic reasons—that is to say, because they were poor
    in other words, to put it another way, to rephrase it;
    Latinid est, scilicet, videlicet

    to say the least

    3
    his performance was disappointing to say the least
    to put it mildly, putting it mildly, without any exaggeration, at the very least, as an understatement

    sustantivo

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  • 1 Miss Honey was determined to have her say
    right/chance/turn to speak, right/chance/turn to express one's opinion, vote, opinion, view, voice
    informal one's twopence worth, one's twopenn'orth
  • 2 don't I have any say in the matter?
    influence, sway, weight, authority, voice, input, share, part
    informal clout
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    Pronunciación: ˌtəːpsɪkəˈriːən
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