English - Turkish

  1. açık seçik belirtmek
  2. tane tane söylenmiş sıfat
  3. mafsal ile birleştirmek
  4. kolay anlaşılan sıfat
  5. açık seçik konuşmak
  6. düşüncelerini açık bir şekilde ifade edebilen sıfat
  7. düşüncelerini kolay ifade edebilen sıfat
  8. eklemeli Dilbilim
  9. ifade etmek Dilbilim
  10. net (telaffuz)
  11. açık (ifade)
  12. mafsallı
  13. ifade gücü yüksek Tıp
  14. articuler Muzik
  15. söylemek
  16. açık sıfat
  17. konuşkan
  18. eklemlerle birleştirmek
  19. açıkça belirtilmiş
  20. açıkça söylemek
  21. hecelemek
  22. tane tane söylemek
  23. rahatça konuşabilen Dilbilim
  24. telaffuz etmek
  25. sözlü ifade etmek
  26. açık bir şekilde ifade/telaffuz etmek fiil
  27. eklemli,v.ifade et: adj.rahatça konuşabilen
  28. (Anatomi) eklemli; boğumlu, oynaklı sıfat
  29. ifade et Biyoloji
  30. mafsallarla bitiştirmek

English - English

  1. To speak clearly; to enunciate - "I wish he’d articulate his words more clearly."
  2. To explain; to put into words; to make something specific - "I like this painting, but I can’t articulate why."
  3. To make clear or effective
  4. able to bend or hinge at certain points or intervals - "The robot arm was articulate in two directions."
  5. especially, speaking in a clear or effective manner - "She’s a bright, articulate young woman."
  6. To bend or hinge something at intervals, or to allow or build something so that it can bend - "an articulated bus"
  7. clear, effective
  8. to attack a note, as by tonguing, slurring, bowing, etc - "Articulate that passage heavily."
  9. to form a joint or connect by joints - "The lower jaw articulates with the skull at the temporomandibular joint."
  10. Distinctly uttered; spoken so as to be intelligible; characterized by division into words and syllables; as, articulate speech, sounds, words
  11. Jointed; formed with joints; consisting of segments united by joints; as, articulate animals or plants
  12. Expressed in articles or in separate items or particulars
  13. express in an articulate manner fiil
  14. To utter articulate sounds; to utter the elementary sounds of a language; to enunciate; to speak distinctly
  15. put into words or an expression; "He formulated his concerns to the board of trustees"
  16. provide with a joint; "the carpenter jointed two pieces of wood"
  17. speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way; "She pronounces French words in a funny way"; "I cannot say `zip wire'"; "Can the child sound out this complicated word?"
  18. express or state clearly
  19. expressing yourself easily or characterized by clear expressive language; "articulate speech"; "an articulate orator"; "articulate beings"
  20. If you articulate something, you say it very clearly, so that each word or syllable can be heard. He articulated each syllable carefully
  21. When you articulate your ideas or feelings, you express them clearly in words. The president has been accused of failing to articulate an overall vision in foreign affairs
  22. An animal of the subkingdom Articulata
  23. approval If you describe someone as articulate, you mean that they are able to express their thoughts and ideas easily and well. She is an articulate young woman
  24. speaking fluently, eloquent; expressed using clear and distinct syllables; able to speak; composed of several distinct parts or segments; arranged into a unified whole; made distinct, clearly marked sıfat
  25. member of the Articulata, animal belonging to a subdivision of animals whose bodies and limbs are composed of segments jointed together (Zoology) isim
  26. 1 Sight separations are made before notes in this style of playing The organist decides the length of the separation and which notes to separate An entire technique has evolved around this principle and is used in playing early organ music up through J S Bach and G F Handel
  27. consisting of segments held together by joints
  28. To draw up or write in separate articles; to particularize; to specify
  29. A planned sequence of curriculum and course offerings from grades K-12
  30. To joint; to unite by means of a joint; to put together with joints or at the joints


About This Word

    Etymology: [ är-ti-ky&-l&t ] (adjective.) 1586. Latin articulatus jointed, past participle of articulare, from articulus.
    Synonyms: clear, coherent, comprehensible, concatenate, couple, definite, distinct, eloquent, enunciate, express, expressive, fit together, fluent, hinge, integrate, intelligible, join, link, lucid, meaningful
    Antonyms: misrepresented, unclear, unintelligible, bumble, misrepresent, misspeak, disconnect
    Tenses: articulates, articulating, articulated
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