speech

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Перевод:

Noun: речь выступление слова язык
Adjective: речевой

Фразы:

canned speech - заранее заготовленная речь

a carefully crafted speech - тщательно подготовленная речь

speech defect - дефект речи

to be deliberate in one's speech - тщательно подбирать слова

to deliver speech - произносить речь, выступать

direct speech - прямая речь

direct speech / амер. discourse - прямая речь

to be modest in speech - быть скромным в разговоре

speech analysis - анализ речи

speech perception - восприятие речи

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Примеры:

I lost my power of speech. - Я потерял дар речи.

I understood little in his speech. - Я мало что понял в его речи.

His speech was gappy. - Он не выговаривал некоторые звуки.

He is foreigner by his speech. - Судя по произношению, он иностранец.

He spiked the speech with humour. - Он оживил свою речь шутками.

Did his speech come across? - Его речь была понятна?

Only humans are capable of speech. - Только люди способны разговаривать.

She has to make a speech at the convention. - Она должна выступить на съезде.

His speech was all rot. - Он нёс абсолютнейшую чепуху.

I detected a slight accent in his speech. - Я уловил в его речи лёгкий акцент.

Hamlet's longest speech - самый длинный монолог Гамлета

How did your speech go down? - Как приняли твою речь?

He gave a long, flowery speech. - Он выступил с длинной, цветистой речью.

He had to shorten the speech. - Ему пришлось сократить речь.

I had to interpret the speech to them. - Мне пришлось перевести им эту речь.

She worked a few jokes into her speech. - Она вставила несколько шуток в свою речь.

The speech crowned the meeting. - Это выступление увенчало встречу.

I missed the point of the speech. - Я потерял суть разговора /выступления/.

Bob's speech was slurred, and he sounded drunk. - Речь Боба была невнятной и как будто нетрезвой.

Music tricked his speech. - Своё выступление он украсил музыкальными фрагментами.

His speech was inarticulate. - Его речь была невразумительной.

He gave an effective speech. - Он произнёс эффектную речь.

His speech swayed the voters. - Его речь оказала влияние на избирателей.

He was startled beyond speech. - От изумления он потерял дар речи.

His speech needed gingering up. - Его речь нужно было немного оживить.

He has lost the power of speech. - Он потерял дар речи.

The noise drowned out her speech. - Шум заглушил её речь.

a staunch defender of free speech - стойкий защитник свободы слова

The speech drew out interminably. - Речь тянулась без конца.

His angry speech inflamed the mob. - Его гневная речь распалила толпу.

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Связанные термины:

free speech: the right to express one's opinions publicly

hate speech: speech disparaging a racial, sexual, or ethnic group or a member of such a group

speech act: an utterance that constitutes some act in addition to the mere act of uttering

speech day: In some British schools, speech day is a day, usually at the end of the school year, when prizes are presented to pupils and speeches are made by guest speakers and the head teacher .

speech form: → linguistic form

budget speech: the speech in which the Chancellor presents the budget to parliament

direct speech: In grammar, direct speech is speech which is reported by using the exact words that the speaker used.

King's speech: (in Britain and the dominions of the Commonwealth ) the speech at the opening of each session of Parliament in which the Government outlines its legislative programme. It is read by the sovereign or his or her representative

maiden speech: A politician's maiden speech is the first speech that he or she makes in parliament after becoming a member of it.

major speech: A speech is a formal talk which someone gives to an audience .

short speech: A speech is a formal talk which someone gives to an audience .

speech bubble: a circle around the words that someone says in a cartoon

speech clinic: a place at which specialists in speech therapy treat people with a speech disorder

speech defect: a disorder of speech

speech maker: a person who makes a formal speech

speech making: the act of making a speech

speech organ: an organ involved in speech production, such as the tongue

speech sound: an individual sound unit of speech

stump speech: a campaign speech made by a politician running for election

campaign speech: A speech is a formal talk which someone gives to an audience .

curtain speech: a talk given in front of the curtain after a stage performance, often by the author or an actor

delayed speech: a speech disorder of children in which the levels of intelligibility, vocabulary, complexity of utterance, etc., are significantly below the levels considered standard for a particular age

indirect speech: Indirect speech is speech which tells you what someone said, but does not use the person's actual words: for example, 'They said you didn't like it', 'I asked her what her plans were', and ' Citizens complained about the smoke '.

keynote speech: the main speech at a formal gathering such as a conference

Queen's speech: (in Britain and the dominions of the Commonwealth ) the speech at the opening of each session of Parliament in which the Government outlines its legislative programme. It is read by the sovereign or his or her representative

reported speech: Reported speech is speech which tells you what someone said, but does not use the person's actual words : for example, 'They said you didn't like it', 'I asked her what her plans were', and ' Citizens complained about the smoke '.

rousing speech: A speech is a formal talk which someone gives to an audience .

slurred speech: Your speech is the way in which you speak.

speech disorder: an inability to produce normal speech

speech pattern: A pattern is the repeated or regular way in which something happens or is done.

speech-reading: a method used by deaf people to comprehend spoken words by interpreting movements of the speaker's lips

speech therapy: Speech therapy is the treatment of people who have speech and language problems .

speech training: training designed to improve spoken skills, such as voice projection

stirring speech: A speech is a formal talk which someone gives to an audience .

victory speech: A speech is a formal talk which someone gives to an audience .

visible speech: a system of phonetic notation invented by Alexander Melville Bell (1819–1905) that utilized symbols based on the schematic representation of the articulations used for each speech sound

acceptance speech: a speech that someone makes when they are accepting a prize, honour, or award

conference speech: A speech is a formal talk which someone gives to an audience .

give a speech: A speech is a formal talk which someone gives to an audience .

impassioned speech: A speech is a formal talk which someone gives to an audience .

inaugural speech: A speech is a formal talk which someone gives to an audience.

part of speech: A part of speech is a particular grammatical class of word, for example noun, adjective, or verb.

resignation speech: A speech is a formal talk which someone gives to an audience .

speech community: a community consisting of all the speakers of a particular language or dialect

speech difficulty: a problem encountered in speaking

speech impediment: a disorder affecting the capacity to produce normal speech

speech recognition: the understanding of continuous speech by a computer

speech synthesis: computer-generated audio output that imitates human speech

speech synthesiser: a computer system used for the purpose of imitating human speech

speech synthesizer: a computer system used for the purpose of imitating human speech

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Однокоренные слова:

speechify - ораторствовать, разглагольствовать, витийствовать
speechless - безмолвный, немой, онемевший, невыразимый, онемелый
speechful - болтливый, говорливый, выразительный

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