speech

listen to the pronunciation of speech
İngilizce - Türkçe

speech teriminin İngilizce Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

konuşma Konuşmada onun ne dediği bunu nasıl söylediğinden daha az önemlidir. - What he says in the speech is less important than how he says it.
(Dilbilim) söylem
(Tıp) langaj
beyanat
(Dilbilim) sözlü dil
konuşma yeteneği Sadece insan konuşma yeteneğine sahiptir. - Only human beings are capable of speech.
söylev
söyleme yetisi
konuşma tarzı Senin konuşma tarzını kullanmak için, onun seni sevip sevmediğini bilmiyorum; ama onun döneceğini biliyorum. - I do not know if, to use your manner of speech, he loves you; but I know that he will return.
demeç Başkan, muhabire demeç verdi. - The president handed the speech to the reporter.
{i} söz söyleme
{i} konuşma şekli
{i} anlatma
{i} hitabe
tekellüm
{i} nutuk O bir nutuk çekti. - He delivered a speech.
{i} şive
{i} savunma
{i} dil
speech disorder konuşma bozukluğu
speech organ konuşma organı speec
{i} ses (enstrüman)
speech clinic konuşma bozukluklarının düzeltildiği klinik
natıka
kelam
give a speech
Konuşma yapmak Daha önce hiç bir konuşma yapmadım. - I've never given a speech before.
speechless
{s} suskun Biz suskunuz. - We're speechless.
speech is silver but silence is gold
(Muhasebe) Söz gümüşse sükût altındır
speech act
(Dilbilim) sözeylem
speech analysis
konuşma analizi
speech balloon
(Bilgisayar) konuşma balonu
speech coding
söz kodlama
speech defect
dil sürçmesi
speech disorder
(Dilbilim,Tıp) konuşma bozukluğu
speech disorders
konuşma bozuklukları
speech impediment
(Tıp) konuşma bozukluğu
speech inverter
demodulator
speech pathology
(Dilbilim) konuşma bozukluğu
speech pathology
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) konuşma patolojisi
speech perception
konuşma algısı
speech scrambler
konuşma çırpıcı
speech synthesis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) konuşma sentezi
speech synthesis
ses bireşimi
speech synthesis
(Bilgisayar) söz sentezi
speech centre
konuşma merkezi
speech chain
söz zinciri
speech community
dilsel topluluk
speech community
dil topluluğu
speech defect
konuşma bozukluğu
speech organs
ses cihazı
speech organs
ses kılganları
speech pattern
konuşma kalıbı
speech recognition
ses tanıma
speech act
söz söyleme eylemi, söz edimi
speech acts
sözeylemler
speech amplifier
ses amplifikatörü, ses yükselteci
speech baloon
Konuşma balonu
speech bubble
(Veya speech balloon) Konuşma baloncuğu
speech bubble
Konuşma baloncuğu, konuşma balonu
speech center
konuşma merkezi
speech community
dil topluluğu, dilsel topluluk
speech day
ödül töreni günü
speech frequency
ses frekansı, konuşma frekansı
speech mark
konuşma işareti
speech marks
konuşma işaretleri
speech organs
ses organları, ses cihazı
speech synthesis
ses sentezi, ses biresimi
speech therapist
konuşma terapisti Harun bir konuşma terapisti. - Harun is a speech therapist.
speech-act
konuşma-eylemi O kadar uzun bir konuşma yaptı ki hepimiz sıkıldık. - He made such a long speech that we all got bored.
speech; eloquence
konuşma, belagat
speech analysis
soz cozumleme, konusma analizi
speech block
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) konuşma engeli
speech coding
konusma isaretlerinin kodlanmasi, soz kodlama
speech command
(Bilgisayar) konuşma komutu
speech day
diploma töreni günü
speech errors
(Dilbilim) konuşma yanlışı
speech event
(Dilbilim) konuşma olayı
speech functions
(Dilbilim) konuşma işlevleri
speech impairment
konuşma bozukluğu
speech input
(Bilgisayar) konuşma girişi
speech input
(Bilgisayar) konuşma girdisi
speech menu
(Bilgisayar) konuşma menüsü
speech on press
basında söylev
speech organs
(Dilbilim) ses organları
speech organs
(Dilbilim) konuşma organları
speech output
(Bilgisayar) konuşma çıkışı
speech processing
(Askeri) konuşma işleme
speech profiles
(Bilgisayar) konuşma profilleri
speech recognition
Konuşma Tanıması
speech record
ses kaydı
speech repertoire
(Dilbilim) konuşma dağarı
speech rhythm
(Dilbilim) konuşma ritmi
speech scrambler
konusma cirpici
speech scrambling
(Askeri) KONUŞMAYI ANLAŞILMAZ HALE GETİRME: Bak. "scramble"
speech situation
(Dilbilim) konuşma ortamı
speech strecher
(Dilbilim) konuşma yavaşlatma cihazı
speech styles
(Dilbilim) konuşma biçemi
speech theraphy
(Dilbilim) konuşma tedavisi
speech theraphy
(Dilbilim) konuşma sağaltımı
speech threapy
(Dilbilim) konuşma sağaltımı
speech tip
(Bilgisayar) konuşma ipucu
speech tools
(Bilgisayar) konuşma araçları
speech variety
(Dilbilim) konuşma değişkesi
speech-act
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) söz edimi [searle
speech-act
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) habermas]
speech-act
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) austin
brief speech
kısa konuşma
direct speech
dolaysız anlatım
figure of speech
(Dilbilim) söz sanatı
figure of speech
eğretileme
figure of speech
kinaye
figure of speech
istiare
figures of speech
(deyim) istiare
figures of speech
(deyim) kinaye
figures of speech
(deyim) mecaz
indirect speech
(Dilbilim) dolaylı aktarım
indirect speech
dolaylı anlatma
liberty of speech
(Kanun) söz hürriyeti
parts of speech
(Dilbilim) sözcük türü
poverty of speech
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) konuşma fakirliği
reported speech
(Dilbilim) dolaylı anlatım
speechless
dili tutulmak
speechlessly
sessizce
closing speech
kapanış konuşması
closing speech
son konuşma
colloquial speech
gündelik dil
deliver a speech
nutuk atmak
deliver a speech
söylev vermek
digital speech communications
sayısal konuşma iletişimi
eloquent speech
süslü konuşma
figure of speech
değişmece
figure of speech
mecaz
figures of speech
söz sanatları
free speech
serbest konuşma özgürlüğü Serbest konuşma özgürlüğün var ama iftira etme hakkın yok. - You have the right to free speech, but not the right to slander.
indirect speech
dolaylı anlatım
opening speech
açılış konuşması Açılış konuşması bir başarıydı. - The opening address was a success.
organs of speech
ses kılganları
organs of speech
ses aygıtı
part of speech
sözcük türü
speechless
sözle anlatılamaz
speechless
suskunluk
Elevator speech
Bir asansör yolculuğu süresinde bir iş fikrinin yatırımcıya en etkili şekilde anlatılması. Genellikle "asansör konuşması/cümlesi" olarak adlandırılan bu benzetme, yabancı bir kişiyle birkaç kat aşağı inerken söyleyeceğiniz ilk cümle gibi kısa ve sonuç odaklı olmalıdır. İlk izlenim önemlidir. Kendinizi tanıtma biçiminiz dikkat ve merak uyandırmalı ve karşınızdaki kişinin size soru sorma isteğini tetiklerken yakınlık ve empati kurmasını sağlamalıdır
acceptance speech
Bir ödül töreninde ödülü kabul ettikten sonra yapılan konuşma
addressing speech
başlangıç konuşması
addressing speech
açılış konuşması
addressing speech
hitap konuşması
art of delivering speech
hitabet sanatı
caretaker speech
bakıcı konuşması
delivered a speech
bir konuşma yaptı O kadar uzun bir konuşma yaptı ki hepimiz sıkıldık. - He made such a long speech that we all got bored.
direct speech
doğrudan anlatım
figure of speech
Lafın gelişi Bu, lafın gelişi. - It's a figure of speech.
hate speech
nefret söylemi
make speech
konuşma yapmak Daha önce hiç bir konuşma yapmadım. - I've never given a speech before.
opening speech
açış konuşması Harun açış konuşması için zamanında burada olacağına beni temin etti. - Harun assured me that he would be here in time for the opening speech.
organ of speech
konuşma organ
salutations, introductory speech
saygılarımla, tanıtıcı konuşma
speechlessly
konuşmadan
welcoming speech
konuşma karşılama
where the speech ends
sözün bittiği yer Sözün bittiği yerde müzik konuşur. - Where words fail, music speaks.
speechless
sözsüz
speechless
kelimelere dökülemeyen
speechless
nutku tutulmuş Ben dehşete düştüm. Beni nutku tutulmuş bırakıyorsun. - I'm appalled. You leave me speechless.
speechless
{s} sessiz Onlar sessizler. - They're speechless.
speechless
{s} dilsiz
speechless
dili tutulmuş
speechless
{s} sözle ifade edilemeyen
speechless
sözle anlatılamaz/sessiz
speechless
speechlessnesssessizlik
speechless
kelimelerle ifade edilemeyen
speechless
speechlesslydili tutulmuş gibi
speechless
konuşamayan
speechlessness
{i} sessizlik
speechlessness
suskunluk
İngilizce - İngilizce

speech teriminin İngilizce İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

A session of speaking; a long oral message given publicly usually by one person The candidate made some ambitious promises in his campaign speech.
The faculty of speech; the ability to speak or to use vocalizations to communicate It was hard to hear the sounds of his speech over the noise.
{n} articulate utterance, talk an oration
the mental faculty or power of vocal communication; "language sets homo sapiens apart from all other animals"
the oral medium of transmission for language
"Speech" is human speech, a specific type of "voice " Telephone networks treats speech and voice differently, because speech can be modeled and compressed more than voice Voice is less likely to be compressed than speech (especially on international calls), because compression can interfere with some high-speed voice band data and fax transmissions In contrast, speech can be understood when re-expanded even after being compressed to 1/18 its original bandwidth
a lengthy rebuke; "a good lecture was my father's idea of discipline"; "the teacher gave him a talking to"
your characteristic style or manner of expressing yourself orally; "his manner of speaking was quite abrupt"; "her speech was barren of southernisms"; "I detected a slight accent in his speech"
An important freedom contained in the 1st Amendment Courts have ruled it does not only mean talking, but also "symbolic" speech--buttons, signs, protests, demonstrations, etc
words making up the dialogue of a play; "the actor forgot his speech"
The act of speaking A child learns to speak by imitating those people around him It is important that a child can hear proper speech 'We speak what we hear '
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something spoken; "he could hear them uttering merry speeches
Change, coins (money) Meee*, there's another toll booth; Do you have some speech? *see: Meee
An individual manner or style of speaking
something spoken; "he could hear them uttering merry speeches"
Spoken communication
Speech refers to the transmission of language orally Speech impairment includes articulation and/or phonological disorder, dysfluency, apraxia, dysarthria, voice and resonance
making definite vocal sounds that form words to express thoughts and ideas
Talk; mention; common saying
formal discourse in public; oration; harangue
ny declaration of thoughts
A particular language, as distinct from others; a tongue; a dialect
the act of delivering a formal spoken communication to an audience; "he listened to an address on minor Roman poets"
(language) communication by word of mouth; "his speech was garbled"; "he uttered harsh language"; "he recorded the spoken language of the streets" the exchange of spoken words; "they were perfectly comfortable together without speech" something spoken; "he could hear them uttering merry speeches
the exchange of spoken words; "they were perfectly comfortable together without speech"
To make a speech; to harangue
(language) communication by word of mouth; "his speech was garbled"; "he uttered harsh language"; "he recorded the spoken language of the streets"
Speech is spoken language. the way common letter clusters are usually pronounced in speech
A speech is a formal talk which someone gives to an audience. She is due to make a speech on the economy next week He delivered his speech in French. a dramatic resignation speech
he act of speaking; that which is spoken; words, as expressing ideas; language; conversation
Your speech is the way in which you speak. His speech became increasingly thick and nasal I'd make fun of her dress and imitate her speech
A speech is a group of lines spoken by a character in a play. the hilarious speech from Alan Bennett's `Forty Years On'. see also direct speech, figure of speech, indirect speech, maiden speech, part of speech, reported speech. Human communication through audible language. Speech sounds are made with air exhaled from the lungs, which passes between the vocal cords in the larynx and out through the vocal tract (pharynx and oral and nasal cavities). This airstream is shaped into different sounds by the articulators, mainly the tongue, palate, and lips (see articulation). Articulatory phonetics describes each sound in terms of the position and action of the articulators used to make it. Speech is also described in terms of syntax, lexicon (inventory of words or morphemes), and phonology (sounds). figure of speech freedom of speech speech act theory speech recognition speech synthesis speech therapy
{i} speaking ability; something that is communicated orally, something that is spoken; dialogue, conversation; manner in which one speaks; dialect; study of oral communication
Speech is the ability to speak or the act of speaking. the development of speech in children a speech therapist specialising in stammering
The faculty of uttering articulate sounds or words; the faculty of expressing thoughts by words or articulate sounds; the power of speaking
Speech from the Throne
A ceremonial event in some monarchies having parliamentary systems of government, occurring at the opening of a new parliamentary session or at some other interval, in which a king, queen, or designated official reads a prepared speech to the members of parliament outlining the government's agenda The government laid out its agenda for your dollars in Ottawa Wednesday as Governor General Michaelle Jean read the Speech from the Throne.
speech act
Any of illocutionary acts, locutionary acts, and perlocutionary acts
speech acts
plural form of speech act
speech bubble
A rounded outline, containing words, representing speech in a cartoon
speech bubbles
plural form of speech bubble
speech community
A group of people sharing a language, or a particular way of using that language
speech day
A school event where prizes are given out pupils, and speeches are made by guest speakers
speech disfluencies
plural form of disfluency
speech disfluency
A part of speech usually expressed as a pause or hesitation; such as err, um, hmm
speech disorder
Any mental or bodily malfunction that makes expressing oneself by speech difficult
speech impediment
any speech disorder
speech pathologist
A therapist who treats disorders of speech, language, swallowing, or voice; a specialist in speech pathology. Also known Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) or Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs), depending on training and certification
speech act
The notion speech act is a technical term in linguistics and the philosophy of language. There are several different conceptions of what exactly "speech acts" are
speech act
the use of language to perform some act
speech act theory
Theory of meaning that holds that the meaning of linguistic expressions can be explained in terms of the rules governing their use in performing various speech acts (e.g., admonishing, asserting, commanding, exclaiming, promising, questioning, requesting, warning). In contrast to theories that maintain that linguistic expressions have meaning in virtue of their contribution to the truth conditions of sentences where they occur, it explains linguistic meaning in terms of the use of words and sentences in the performance of speech acts. Some exponents claim that the meaning of a word is nothing but its contribution to the nature of the speech acts that can be performed by using it. Ludwig Wittgenstein and J. L. Austin provided important stimuli for the theory's development
speech acts
(Linguistics) act of speaking, action of making a particular type of statement (such as a marriage proposal, threat, etc.)
speech amplifier
loudspeaker
speech community
people sharing a given language or dialect
speech community
A group of speakers, whether located in one area or scattered, who recognize the same language or dialect of a language as a standard
speech compaction
compression of speech
speech compression
compression of the volume of a file containing recorded speech without damaging sound quality
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. an occasion held once a year in some British schools, when prizes are given to children and people give speeches
speech day
an annual day in the schools when speeches are made and prizes are distributed
speech disorder
a disorder of oral speech
speech disorder
problem in speaking, problem in need of the treatment of a speech therapist
speech from the throne
speech given by a king in front of parliament
speech impediment
speech disorder, problem with speaking
speech impediment
a physical or nervous problem that affects your speech
speech intelligibility
the intelligibility of speech (usually measured in the presence of noise or distortion)
speech is silver , silence is golden
quiet is almost always better than speaking
speech marks
the marks (' ') or (" "), that show when someone starts speaking and when they stop = quotation marks
speech organ
any of the organs involved in speech production
speech pathology
The study of speech defects and disorders such as stuttering and dysphasia.speech pathologist n
speech pattern
accent: distinctive manner of oral expression; "he couldn't suppress his contemptuous accent"; "she had a very clear speech pattern"
speech perception
the auditory perception (and comprehension) of speech
speech recognition
or voice recognition Ability of computer systems to accept speech input and act on it or transcribe it into written language. Current research efforts are directed toward applications of automatic speech recognition (ASR), where the goal is to transform the content of speech into knowledge that forms the basis for linguistic or cognitive tasks, such as translation into another language. Practical applications include database-query systems, information retrieval systems, and speaker identification and verification systems, as in telebanking. Speech recognition has promising applications in robotics, particularly development of robots that can "hear." See also pattern recognition
speech recognition
technology for deciphering human voice and speech by a computer
speech spectrum
the average sound spectrum for the human voice
speech style
manner of speaking, manner of pronouncing words
speech synthesis
Generation of speech by artificial means, usually by computer. Production of sound to simulate human speech is referred to as low-level synthesis. High-level synthesis deals with the conversion of written text or symbols into an abstract representation of the desired acoustic signal, suitable for driving a low-level synthesis system. Among other applications, this technology provides speaking aid to the speech-impaired and reading aid to the sight-impaired
speech synthesis
creation through the use of a computer of sound output which resembles human speech
speech synthesizer
a computer system that produces sounds like human speech
speech therapist
A speech therapist is a person whose job is to help people to overcome speech and language problems
speech therapist
a therapist who treats speech defects and disorders
speech therapist
person that deals with problems of speaking and listening
speech therapy
any therapy intended to correct a disorder of speech
speech therapy
Speech therapy is the treatment of people who have speech and language problems. A stammering child can benefit from speech therapy. Treatment of speech defects and disorders, especially through use of exercises and audio-visual aids that develop new speech habits.speech therapist n. treatment that helps people who have difficulty in speaking properly therapist. Therapeutic treatment to correct defects in speaking. Such defects may originate in the brain, the ear (see deafness), or anywhere along the vocal tract and may affect the voice, articulation, language development, or ability to speak after language is learned. Therapy begins with diagnosis of underlying physical, physiological, or emotional dysfunction. It may involve training in breathing, use of the voice, and/or speaking habits. Some abnormalities that cause speech disorders (e.g., cleft palate, stroke) can be corrected to various degrees before a speech therapist's work begins. See also aphasia, stuttering
speech therapy
dealing with problems concerning speaking and listening
speech-making
delivering a speech to a public audience, delivery of speeches, giving lectures
Throne Speech
Alternative form of Speech from the Throne
after-dinner speech
A public address event that is traditionally spoken after a dinner, and meant to take an important topic and make greater sense of it through the use of humor that is relevant to the idea presented
direct speech
the writing of speech, using the exact words of the speaker, usually between quotation marks
figure of speech
A word or phrase that departs from straightforward, literal language
figure-of-speech
Attributive form of figure of speech, noun figure-of-speech use.
figures of speech
plural form of figure of speech
free as in speech
Free in the sense of having no restrictions; libre
free indirect speech
A style of indirect speech which imitates direct speech, converted to third-person
free speech
the right to express an opinion in public without being restrained or censored
free-speech
Attributive form of free speech, noun free-speech advocate.
freedom of speech
The right to speak, or otherwise communicate, one's opinion without fear of harm or prosecution
hate speech
a term for speech that attacks or disparages a person or group of people based on their social or ethnic group
helium speech
the effect on the timbre of speech after inhaling helium, due to the difference in the speed of sound in that gas (note - there is no difference in the pitch of the sound produced)
impulsive speech
Often due to being interrupted, concentrating on your thought of what you wish to say next, and therefore not listening to the interruption What you just said clearly indicates impulsive speech, which is not listening to me because you're only thinking of what you want to say next. If you had listened, you would've known to say something other than that.
indirect speech
reported speech
oblique speech
speech which is quoted indirectly, or in a different person from that employed by the original speaker
part of speech
The function a word or phrase performs in a sentence or phrase
part-of-speech
Attributive form of part of speech, noun
parts of speech
plural form of part of speech
reported speech
a form of speech used to express what another has said; often involves a change in tense If we were to change "Fred says "I will do the housework"." into an reported speech it would become "Fred said that he would do the housework.".
running speech
The continuous sound of spoken dialogue from which the listener is able to distinguish individual words and sentences
second-hand speech
conversation overheard from someone talking on a mobile phone
symbolic speech
An action that consists of no writing or speaking, but still expresses an opinion. Examples of symbolic speech are marching in a parade, or burning a flag, or burning a draft card
motor speech disorder
A speech disorder that disturb the body's natural ability to speak
slurred speech
Dysarthria (or slurred speech) is a motor speech disorder resulting from neurological injury of the motor component of the motor-speech system and is characterized by poor articulation of phonemes
speechless
{a} not having power to speak, dumb
Elevator speech
An elevator pitch (or elevator speech) is a brief overview of an idea for a product, service, or project. The pitch is so called because it can be delivered in the time span of an elevator ride (say, thirty seconds or 100-150 words). The term is typically used in the context of an entrepreneur pitching an idea to a venture capitalist to receive funding. Venture capitalists often judge the quality of an idea and team on the basis of the quality of its elevator pitch, and will ask entrepreneurs for the elevator pitch to quickly weed out bad ideas
child-directed speech
(Eğitim) Any of various speech patterns used by parents or caregivers when communicating with young children, particularly infants, usually involving simplified vocabulary, melodic pitch, repetitive questioning, and a slow or deliberate tempo
cued speech
Cued Speech is a system of communication used with and among deaf or hard of hearing people. It makes traditionally spoken languages accessible by using a small number of handshapes (representing consonants) in different locations near the mouth (representing vowels), as a supplement to lipreading. It is now used with people with a variety of language, speech, communication and learning needs
figure of speech
An expression that uses language in a nonliteral way, such as a metaphor or synedoche, or in a structured or unusual way, such as anaphora or chiasmus, or that employs sounds, such as alliteration or assonance, to achieve a rhetorical effect
reported speech
A speaker's words reported in subordinate clauses governed by a reporting verb, with the required changes of person and tense (e.g. he said that he would go, based on I will go)
speeches
plural of speech
speechless
Not speaking for a time; dumb; mute; silent
speechless
unable to speak temporarily; "struck dumb"; "speechless with shock
speechless
not speaking; not knowing what to say; silent, especially due to surprise, amazement, etc
speechless
unable to speak temporarily; "struck dumb"; "speechless with shock"
speechless
inarticulate
speechless
If you are speechless, you are temporarily unable to speak, usually because something has shocked you. Alex was almost speechless with rage and despair. unable to speak because you feel very angry, upset etc speechless with
speechless
{s} temporarily unable to speak due to a strong emotion, tongue-tied, dumbfounded; mute, dumb; characterized by lack of speech, silent
speechless
Destitute or deprived of the faculty of speech
speechlessly
In a speechless manner. Without speaking
speechlessly
without words, without speaking
speechlessly
without speaking; "he stood up soundlessly and speechlessly and glided across the hallway and through a door
speechlessness
The state of being speechless
speechlessness
{i} temporary inability to speak due to a strong emotion; muteness, inability to speak
speechlessness
the property of being speechless
speech