spoken

listen to the pronunciation of spoken
Englisch - Türkisch
{s} konuşma

Yuko bir yabancı ile asla konuşmadı. - Yuko has never spoken with a foreigner.

Eğer uzun süre İngilizce konuşmadıysan, körelirsin. - You get rusty if you haven't spoken English for a long time.

konuşmak

Benim konuştuğumdan beri Tom'la konuşmaktasın, değil mi? - You've spoken with Tom since I have, haven't you?

konuşulan

Dido dili, Dağıstan'da yaklaşık 15.000 kişi tarafından konuşulan bir Kuzeydoğu Kafkasya dilidir. - Tsez is a Northeast Caucasian language spoken by about 15,000 people in Dagestan.

Papua Yeni Gine'de, Papualılar tarafından konuşulan 850 farklı dil vardır. - In Papua New Guinea, there are 850 different languages spoken by Papuans.

{f} konuş

Papua Yeni Gine'de, Papualılar tarafından konuşulan 850 farklı dil vardır. - In Papua New Guinea, there are 850 different languages spoken by Papuans.

Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'nde hangi dil konuşuluyor? - Which language is spoken in the United States of America?

sözlü
f., bak. speak. s
speak konuş
sözlü: spoken message sözlü mesaj
konuşan

Hiç İngilizce konuşan bir izleyici ile konuştun mu? - Have you ever spoken to an English speaking audience?

Onlarla konuşmadıkça nadiren konuşan insanlar vardır. - There are people who seldom speak unless they're spoken to.

speak
{f} konuşmak

Almanca konuşmak istiyorum. - I want to speak German.

İngilizce konuşmak kolay değildir. - Speaking English isn't easy.

spoken english
konuşulan ingilizce
spoken in response
karşılık vermek
spoken language
(Dilbilim) sözlü dil
spoken out
konuşmak
spoken to
konuşmak
spoken English
konuşma ingilizcesi
spoken for
adına konuş
spoken in response
karşılık ver
spoken language
konuşma dili
spoken out
konuş
spoken to
konuş
spoken up
açıkça konuş
spoken for
adına konuş(mak)
spoken language
konuşma dili, sözlü dil
spoken of
söz
spoken to
Konuşulanların
spoken word
sözcük
spoken english
konuşma İngilizcesi
spoken language manuals
(Askeri) PRATİK YABANCI DİL TALİMNAMELERİ: Kara Kuvvetleri tarafından yayımlanan yabancı dil öğretim talimnameleri. Bunlar; özellikle, konuşma diline önem vererek, çeşitli yabancı dillere ait pratik temel ve tekamül derslerini ihtiva eder
spoken turkish
konuşulan türkçe
spoken word
(Kimya) söylenen söz
spoken word
yüksek sesle söylenen kelime
speak
{f} göstermek (özellik)
speak
{f} ses çıkarmak

İletişim kurmak için bir anadil konuşuru gibi ses çıkarmak zorunda değilsin. - You don't have to sound like a native speaker in order to communicate.

Bir dil ne kadar çok ülkede konuşulursa, yerli konuşanı gibi ses çıkarmak o kadar daha az önemlidir, çünkü o dilin konuşanları değişik lehçeler duymaya alışkındır. - The more countries a language is spoken in, the less important it is to sound like a native speaker, since speakers of that language are accustomed to hearing various dialects.

speak
{f} söz söylemek
speak
{f} (gerçeği/sözü) söylemek: He couldn't speak a word. Hiçbir söz söyleyemedi
speak
{f} söylemek

Genel olarak söylemek gerekirse, oğlanlar kızlardan daha hızlı koşabilirler. - Generally speaking, boys can run faster than girls.

Tom kadar iyi Fransızca konuşamayabilirim ama genellikle söylemek istediğim şeyi diyalog kurabilirim. - I may not be able to speak French as well as Tom, but I can usually communicate what I want to say.

speak
{f} (spoke, spo.ken)
speak
konuş

O benimle konuşmuyor. - She doesn't speak to me.

Açıkça konuşmak gerekirse, o güvenilmez biri. - Frankly speaking, he is untrustworthy.

speak
{f} haberleşmek
many a true word is spoken in jest
(deyim) her şakada bir gerçeklik payı vardır
plain spoken
açık sözlü
speak
önemli

Mesajınızı anlatmak bir yerlinin tam olarak söyleyeceği gibi onu söylemeye çalışmaktan çok daha önemlidir. - Getting your message across is much more important than trying to say it exactly like a native speaker would say it.

Seninle önemli bir şey hakkında konuşmak zorundayım. - I have to speak to you about something important.

speak
(Bilgisayar) seslendir
speak
belirtmek
civil-spoken
terbiyeli
civil-spoken
nazik
fair spoken
nazik
fair spoken
kandırıcı
fair spoken
tatlı dilli
free-spoken
açıksözlü
plain-spoken
açık sözlü
smooth spoken
düzgün konuşan
soft spoken
tatlı dilli
soft-spoken
tatlı sesli
soft-spoken
tatlı dilli

Tom tatlı dilli ve kibar. - Tom is soft-spoken and polite.

Leyla çok çekici ve tatlı dilliydi. - Layla was very charming and soft-spoken.

speak
düşünceleri iletmek
speak
konuşma yapmak
speak
bilmek

Tom Fransızca bilmektedir ve ayrıca İngilizce bilmektedir. - Tom speaks French and also speaks English.

Bir dili tamamen bilmek o dili konuşan insanları tamamen bilmek anlamına gelir. - Knowing a language fully means knowing fully the people who speak that language.

speak
konuşabilmek

O, hem İngilizceyi hem de Fransızcayı çok iyi konuşabilmektedir. - He can speak both English and French very well.

Taro niçin çok iyi şekilde İngilizce konuşabilmektedir? - Why can Taro speak English so well?

fair spoken
fuar konuşulmaktadır
out spoken
dışarı konuşuluyor
romance language spoken in romania
romantizm dil romania konuşulmaktadır
soft spoken
yumuşak sözlü
sweet spoken
tatlı sözlü
civil spoken
(isim)zik, terbiyeli
civil spoken
nazik
civil spoken
terbiyeli
foul spoken
ağzı bozuk
foul spoken
küfürbaz
free spoken
sözünü esirgemeyen
free spoken
açık sözlü
plain spoken
dobra dobra konuşan
pleasant spoken
tatlı dilli
short spoken
kaba
short spoken
sert
short spoken
nezaketsiz
smooth spoken
tatlı dilli
soft spoken
yumuşak sesli
soft spoken
iki yüzlü
speak
havla speak by the book
speak
nutuk söylemek
speak
açıkla
speak
bahsini etmek
speak
işaretle konuşmak Speak Haydi
well spoken
hoşsohbet
well spoken
güzel konuşan
well spoken
yerinde söylenmiş
Englisch - Englisch
Past participle of speak
Concerning speechesp. as opposed to written
uttered through the medium of speech or characterized by speech; sometimes used in combination; "a spoken message"; "the spoken language"; "a soft-spoken person"; "sharp-spoken"
using the voice in speech; "vocal communication"; "either silent or vocal prayers"; "vocal noises
Spoken is the past participle of speak. the past participle of speak
Concerning speech esp. as opposed to written
Characterized by a certain manner or style in speaking; often in composition; as, a pleasant-spoken man
{s} oral; expressed through speech; having a particular manner of speaking (i.e. soft-spoken)
using the voice in speech; "vocal communication"; "either silent or vocal prayers"; "vocal noises"
Uttered in speech; delivered by word of mouth; oral; as, a spoken narrative; the spoken word
oral¨
oral
spoken for
taken; unavailable; not single

I'm sorry, I can't go on a date with you - I'm spoken for.

spoken for
claimed, reserved, or occupied

I looked all over, but all the seats are already spoken for.

spoken in tongues
Past participle of speak in tongues
spoken pause
A temporary stop in any form of speech
spoken pauses
plural form of spoken pause
spoken word
Performing or involving a performance of the spoken word: “Whenever [a newspaper] covers the poetry world, you can bet you will find spoken-word and street poets railing against the prudishness of the ‘academic poets’” (Maureen McLane)
spoken word
Spoken aloud, especially in performance: "spoken-word poetry."
spoken Arabic
spoken and popular dialect of the Arabic language
spoken language
language that people communicate with, language which people speak
spoken word
The spoken word is used to refer to language expressed in speech, for example in contrast to written texts or music. There is a potential educational benefit in allowing pictures to tell the story, rather than the spoken word
spoken word
word pronounced audibly; public reading of poetry or prose works
spoken word
a word that is spoken aloud
soft-spoken
having a pleasant, sweet, gentle, mild speaking manner

He was soft-spoken and gentle.

speak
To utter

And they will deceive every one his neighbour, and will not speak the truth: they have taught their tongue to speak lies, and weary themselves to commit iniquity.

speak
To communicate (some fact or feeling); to bespeak, to indicate

There he sat, his very indifference speaking a nature in which there lurked no civilized hypocrisies and bland deceits.

speak
To communicate with one's voice, to say words out loud

You're speaking too fast.

speak
a low class bar, a speakeasy
well-spoken
Considered to be eloquent and able with regards to speech
many a true word is spoken in jest
(deyim) a humorous remark not intended to be taken seriously may turn out to be accurate after all
speak
When you speak, you use your voice in order to say something. He tried to speak, but for once, his voice had left him I rang the hotel and spoke to Louie She says she must speak with you at once She cried when she spoke of Oliver. as I spoke these idiotic words. + spoken spo·ken a marked decline in the standards of written and spoken English in Britain
speak
{v} to talk, utter, pronounce, address, celebrate
fair-spoken
courteous, civil; said fairly or impartially
plain-spoken
approval If you say that someone is plain-spoken, you mean that they say exactly what they think, even when they know that what they say may not please other people. a plain-spoken American full of scorn for pomp and pretense. = frank
rough-spoken
rude or uncouth in speech
short-spoken
expressed briefly, said concisely
soft spoken
speaking quietly, speaks in a low voice
soft-spoken
having a speaking manner that is not loud or harsh; "she was always soft-spoken"
soft-spoken
having a speaking manner that is not loud or harsh; "she was always soft-spoken
soft-spoken
Someone who is soft-spoken has a quiet, gentle voice. He was a gentle, soft-spoken intelligent man. having a pleasant quiet voice
softly-spoken
another form of the word soft-spoken
speak
If you speak for a group of people, you make their views and demands known, or represent them. He said it was the job of the Church to speak for the underprivileged I speak for all 7,000 members of our organization
speak
People sometimes mention something that has been written by saying what the author speaks of. Throughout the book Liu speaks of the abuse of Party power St Paul speaks of the body as the `temple of the Holy Spirit'
speak
You use so to speak to draw attention to the fact that you are describing or referring to something in a way that may be amusing or unusual rather than completely accurate. I ought not to tell you but I will, since you're in the family, so to speak
speak
{f} talk; say; express; give a speech; mention, indicate
speak
use language; "the baby talks already"; "the prisoner won't speak"; "they speak a strange dialect" make a characteristic or natural sound; "The drums spoke
speak
To communicate or converse by some means other than orally, such as writing or facial expressions
speak
Nothing to speak of means `hardly anything' or `only unimportant things'. They have no weaponry to speak of `Any fresh developments?' --- `Nothing to speak of.'
speak
give a speech to; "The chairman addressed the board of trustees"
speak
To be able to communicate in a language
speak
make a characteristic or natural sound; "The drums spoke
speak
To utter words or articulate sounds, as human beings; to express thoughts by words; as, the organs may be so obstructed that a man may not be able to speak
speak
To discourse; to make mention; to tell
speak
To express opinions; to say; to talk; to converse
speak
To give sound; to sound
speak
make a characteristic or natural sound; "The drums spoke"
speak
To utter a speech, discourse, or harangue; to adress a public assembly formally
speak
If two people are not speaking, they no longer talk to each other because they have quarrelled. He is not speaking to his mother because of her friendship with his ex-wife The co-stars are still not speaking
speak
To have a conversation
speak
language, jargon, or terminology used uniquely in a particular environment or group
speak
To deliver a message to a group; to deliver a speech
speak
exchange thoughts; talk with; "We often talk business"; "Actions talk louder than words"
speak
To address; to accost; to speak to
speak
To utter with the mouth; to pronounce; to utter articulately, as human beings
speak
to speak your mind: see mind to speak volumes: see volume
speak
To utter in a word or words; to say; to tell; to declare orally; as, to speak the truth; to speak sense
speak
To talk or converse in; to utter or pronounce, as in conversation; as, to speak Latin
speak
use language; "the baby talks already"; "the prisoner won't speak"; "they speak a strange dialect"
speak
If a person or thing is spoken for or has been spoken for, someone has claimed them or asked for them, so no-one else can have them. She'd probably drop some comment about her `fiancé' into the conversation so that he'd think she was already spoken for
speak
If you are on speaking terms with someone, you are quite friendly with them and often talk to them. For a long time her mother and her grandmother had hardly been on speaking terms
speak
When someone speaks to a group of people, they make a speech. When speaking to the seminar Mr Franklin spoke of his experience, gained on a recent visit to Trinidad He's determined to speak at the Democratic Convention The President spoke of the need for territorial compromise
speak
To declare; to proclaim; to publish; to make known; to exhibit; to express in any way
speak
If you say `Speak for yourself' when someone has said something, you mean that what they have said is only their opinion or applies only to them. `We're not blaming you,' Kate said. `Speak for yourself,' Boris muttered
speak
express in speech; "She talks a lot of nonsense"; "This depressed patient does not verbalize"
speak
If you speak a foreign language, you know the language and are able to have a conversation in it. He doesn't speak English
speak
If you speak well of someone or speak highly of someone, you say good things about them. If you speak ill of someone, you criticize them. Both spoke highly of the Russian president It seemed she found it difficult to speak ill of anyone
speak
To convey sentiments, ideas, or intelligence as if by utterance; as, features that speak of self-will
speak
To communicate with ones voice, to say words out loud
speak
If you say that something speaks for itself, you mean that its meaning or quality is so obvious that it does not need explaining or pointing out. the figures speak for themselves -- low order books, bleak prospects at home and a worsening outlook for exports see also speaking
straight-spoken
sincere, truthful, true
well-spoken
courteously; said nicely
well-spoken
speaking or spoken fittingly or pleasingly; "a well-spoken gentleman"; "a few well-spoken words on civic pride
well-spoken
A well-spoken person speaks in a polite correct way and with an accent which is considered socially acceptable. I remember her as a quiet, hard-working and well-spoken girl. speaking in a clear and polite way, and in a way that is considered correct
spoken
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