Translation of utterance in Spanish:
- 1.1 uncountable (Linguistics)unidad (feminine) de hablaExample sentences1.2 uncountable (act) See examples: to give utterance to something
1.3 countable (sound)expresar or manifestar algo(something spoken)the President's public utterancespalabras (feminine plural)las declaraciones públicas del presidenteExample sentences
- Any utterance, in these languages, must terminate in a vowel, and adjacent consonants are disallowed.
- These kinds of utterances are normal everyday instances of language use for the individuals concerned.
- Grammarians and purists put far more stock in ‘logical’ usage than empirical evidence suggests is supported by actual utterances.
- His bizarre word rhythm and gleeful disregard for punctuation makes even his most banal utterances sound dramatic.
- So often we are subjected to erroneous and incorrect statements and irresponsible utterances from ignorant and unauthorised sources.
- At times like this, as we grope to express our feelings, we all tend to fall back on the simplest of utterances.
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