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-speak US English

Forming nouns denoting a manner of speaking, characteristic of a specified field or group

speak US English

Say something in order to convey information, an opinion, or a feeling

speak US Thesaurus

she refused to speak about it

talk in riddles US English

Express oneself in an ambiguous or puzzling manner

speak out US English

Express one’s feelings or opinions frankly and publicly

speak up US English

Speak more loudly

speak volumes US English

(Of a gesture, circumstance, or object) convey a great deal

speak ill of US English

Say (or think) something critical about

so to speak US English

Used to highlight the fact that one is describing something in an unusual or metaphorical way

speak up for US English

Speak in defense or support of

speak evil of US English

Slander

management-speak US English

Language regarded as characteristic of that used by managers in business, especially in being needlessly complex or filled with jargon

speak well of US English

Praise (or criticize)

speak of in speak US English

Mention or discuss in speech or writing

speak to in speak US English

Talk to in order to reprove or advise

nothing to speak of US English

Used to indicate that there is some but very little of something

not to speak of US English

Used in introducing a further factor to be considered

speak for oneself US English

Give one’s own opinions

speak one's mind US English

Express one’s feelings or opinions frankly

speak in tongues US English

Speak in an unknown language during religious worship

speak for in speak US English

Express the views or position of (another person or group)

speak of the devil US English

Said when a person appears just after being mentioned

speak out of turn US English

Speak in a tactless or foolish way

speak the same language US English

Understand one another as a result of shared opinions or values

speak through one's nose US English

Pronounce words with a nasal twang

nothing to speak of in speak US English

Used to indicate that there is some but very little of something

speak out in speak US English

Express one’s feelings or opinions frankly and publicly

speak up in speak US English

Speak more loudly

so to speak in so1 US English

Used to highlight the fact that one is describing something in an unusual or metaphorical way

speak volumes in speak US English

(Of a gesture, circumstance, or object) convey a great deal

misspeak US English

Express oneself insufficiently clearly or accurately

the love that dare not speak its name US English

An allusive term for homosexuality

speak ill of in ill US English

Say (or think) something critical about

speak one's mind in speak US English

Express one’s feelings or opinions frankly

speak well of in speak US English

Praise (or criticize)

speak up for in speak US English

Speak in defense or support of

doublespeak US English

Deliberately euphemistic, ambiguous, or obscure language

leet2 US English

An informal language or code used on the Internet, in which standard letters are often replaced by numerals or special characters

speakeasy US English

(During Prohibition) an illicit liquor store or nightclub

technospeak US English

Another term for technobabble.

speak up in speak US Thesaurus

speak up so we can hear you

talk in riddles in riddle1 US English

Express oneself in an ambiguous or puzzling manner

speak for oneself in speak US English

Give one’s own opinions

speak in tongues in tongue US English

Speak in an unknown language during religious worship

speak for in speak US Thesaurus

she speaks for the Arts Council

speak out in speak US Thesaurus

if you've got a grievance, then speak out

not to speak of in speak US English

Used in introducing a further factor to be considered

speak out of turn in turn US English

Speak in a tactless or foolish way


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