Sinónimos de say en inglés:

say

verbo

  • 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
  • 9 she determined to find something to say in his favour
    adduce, propose, advance, bring forward, offer, plead

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

Frases

be said

it is said that she lived to be over a hundred his widow was said to be inconsolable be reportedbe thoughtbe believedbe allegedbe rumouredbe reputedbe put aboutbe describedbe assertedapparentlyseeminglyit seems thatit appears that(so) they say(so) the story goesby all accountsrumour has itthe rumour is

that is to say

people emigrated for economic reasons—that is to say, because they were poor in other wordsto put it another wayto rephrase iti.e.that isto witviz.namelysc.Latinid estscilicetvidelicet

to say the least

his performance was disappointing to say the least to put it mildlyputting it mildlywithout any exaggerationat the very leastas an understatement

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Palabra del día coloratura
Pronunciación: ˌkɒlərəˈtjʊərə
noun
elaborate ornamentation of a vocal melody