voiced

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English - Turkish
{s} sesli
ötümlü
sedalı
titreşimli
{f} ifade et
{s} akortlu
sesle ifade edilmiş
ifade edilmiş
dile getirilmiş
voice
{i} ses

Bu kuş insan sesini taklit edebilir. - This bird can imitate the human voice.

O, gür bir sesle ağlamaya başladı. - She began to cry in a loud voice.

voiced aspirates
nefes sesi anlamında, 'h' harfinin çıkışıyla ilgili
voiced characterized by high tones
yüksek tonları ile karakterize dile getirdi
voiced consonant
(Dilbilim) Sert sessiz harf
voiced sound
sesli ses
voice
dile getirmek
voice
fikir
voice
ün
voice
söylemek
voice
anlatmak
voice
(Dilbilim) ötüm
voice
ötümlüleştirmek
voice
(Bilgisayar) insan sesi
voice
söz hakkı
voice
konuşma yetkisi
loud-voiced
yüksek sesli
voice
{f} ifade et
voice
düşünce
voice
seslk
voice
sesle
loud voiced
yüksek sesli
voice
akort etmek
voice
şarkı sesi

Tom'un çok iyi bir şarkı sesi var. - Tom has a very good singing voice.

voice
{i} söz
voice
active voice etken çatı
voice
{i} ses, seda: the human voice insan sesi
voice
{i} ses kalitesi
voice
{f} ses çıkarmak
voice
çatı

O edilgen çatı değil. - That's not the passive voice.

O edilgen çatı değil. - That is not the passive voice.

voice
{f} ifade etmek
voice
have a voice in söz hakkı olmak
voice
(Tıp) Ağızdan çıkan ve konuşma organları tarafından meydana getirilen ses, vox
voice
{i} söz hakkı, konuşma yetkisi: The workers want a voice in the company's management. İşçiler
voice
{i} çatı [dilb.]
voice
in voice şarkı söyle
voice
ifade

Sesinde küçümseyen bir ifade vardı. - There was a scornful note in his voice.

voice
fiilin edilgen ve etken olma hali
voice
ses tonu

Ses tonu öfke ve ince alayı gösterebilir. - Tone of voice can indicate anger and irony.

O, eşsiz ses tonunu kullanarak bir konuşma yaptı. - He made a speech using his unique tone of voice.

English - English
: Sounded with vibration of the vocal cords. For example, the phone is voiced, while is unvoiced
Simple past tense and past participle of voice
{a} furnished with a voice, voted
of speech sounds
past tense and past participle of the verb to voice
Furnished with a voice; expressed by the voice
Uttered with voice; pronounced with vibrations of the vocal cords; sonant; said of a sound uttered with the glottis narrowed
A voiced speech sound is one that is produced with vibration of the vocal cords
{s} having a voice of a particular kind (e.g. high-voiced); expressed vocally; tonal, resonant
produced or delivered by the voice; often used in combination; "a frequently voiced opinion"; "voiced consonants such as `b' and `g' and `z'"; "loud-voiced teenagers"
Sounded with vibration of the vocal cords
sonant
voiced consonant
(Dilbilim) Consonants that use the voice
voiced his protest
stated his objection to the issue, expressed his dissatisfaction
voiced sound
speech sound along with a sound from the vocal cords
semi-voiced
Of consonants, formed by making a voiced consonant, but with the vocal folds closed
voice
Command; precept; — now chiefly used in scriptural language

So shall ye perish; because ye would not be obedient unto the voice of the Lord your God. — Deuteronomy 8:20.

voice
To utter with sonant or vocal tone; to pronounce with a narrowed glottis and rapid vibrations of the vocal cords; to speak above a whisper
voice
Opinion or choice expressed; judgment; a vote

Some laws ordain, and some attend the choice / Of holy senates, and elect by voice. — John Dryden.

voice
One who speaks; a speaker

A potent voice of Parliament. — Alfred Tennyson.

voice
The faculty or power of utterance; as, to cultivate the voice
voice
Sound uttered by the mouth, especially that uttered by human beings in speech or song; steven; sound thus uttered considered as possessing some special quality or character; as, the human voice; a pleasant voice; a low voice

Join thy voice unto the angel choir. — John Milton.

voice
The tone or sound emitted by anything

O Marcus, I am warm’d; my heart Leaps at the trumpet’s voice. — Joseph Addison.

voice
To vote; to elect; to appoint — Shakespeare
voice
Sound of the kind or quality heard in speech or song in the consonants b, v, d, etc., and in the vowels; sonant, or intonated, utterance; tone; — distinguished from mere breath sound as heard in f., sg., sh, etc., and also whisper
voice
A particular mode of inflecting or conjugating verbs, or a particular form of a verb, by means of which is indicated the relation of the subject of the verb to the action which the verb expresses
voice
To clamor; to cry out, to steven — South
voice
To assign the voice flag to a user on IRC, permitting them to send messages to the channel
voice
{n} the sound from the mouth, a cry, a vote
voice
{v} to shout, clamor, murmur, report, vote
Voice
vox
loud-voiced
having an unusually loud voice
voice
1 The production of sound from the vocal chords, often used in music The voice falls into six basic categories defined by pitch, ranging, from bottom to top, Bass, Baritone, Tenor, Contralto, Mezzo Soprano, and Soprano (three male and three female) The voices are sufficiently different in timbre to be easily distinguished, even when singing the same pitch Two exceptions are the Castrato and Countertenor in the male voice which are rare 2 The term is also used in reference to a single melodic line of music (either vocal or instrumental) in a polyphonic composition Search Google com for Voice
voice
We, as readers, are aware of a voice beyond the fictitious voices that speak in a work, and a persona behind all the dramatic personae A persuasive authorial presence whose values, beliefs, and moral vision serve as a controlling force throughout a work, helps to sway the reader to yield the imaginative consent without which a poem or novel would remain an elaborate verbal game
voice
a means or agency by which something is expressed or communicated; "the voice of the law"; "the Times is not the voice of New York"; "conservatism has many voices"
voice
To vote; to elect; to appoint
voice
(linguistics) the grammatical relation (active or passive) of the grammatical subject of a verb to the action that the verb denotes
voice
emphasis If you say something at the top of your voice, you say it as loudly as possible. `Damn!' he yelled at the top of his voice
voice
The person who is talking to the reader In grammar, active voice indicates that the subject acted upon the object Example: Todd ate the bread Passive voice indicates that the object was acted upon Example: The bread was eaten by Todd
voice
If you raise your voice, you speak more loudly. If you lower your voice, you speak more quietly. He raised his voice for the benefit of the other two women She'd lowered her voice until it was barely audible
voice
one of the melodic parts in a vocal or instrumental composition Scores for a vocal work may be published separately for high, medium, and/or low voice, and the term--high, medium, or low--will be appended to the end of the call number to distinguish that score from those published for another voice range (see Appendix D) Table of Contents Music/AV Cataloging Team | Cataloging Services | University Libraries | Penn State Send comments about these pages Send mail to the Music/AV Cataloging Team Leader
voice
  The distinctive and consistent characteristics of the mode of narration  
voice
Sound uttered by the mouth, especially that uttered by human beings in speech or song; sound thus uttered considered as possessing some special quality or character; as, the human voice; a pleasant voice; a low voice
voice
(1) An element of synthesizer circuitry capable of producing a note The polyphonic capability of a synthesizer is defined by how many voices it has See polyphony (2) In Yamaha synthesizers, a patch (sound)
voice
the acknowledged or unacknowledged source of the words of the story; the speaker; the "person" telling the story Close Window
voice
When someone speaks or sings, you hear their voice. Miriam's voice was strangely calm `The police are here,' she said in a low voice There was a sound of loud voices from the kitchen
voice
(metonymy) a singer; "he wanted to hear trained voices sing it"
voice
A sound-producing component inside the SID chip There are three voices within the SID chip, so the Commodore 128 can produce three different sounds simultaneously Each voice consists of a tone oscillator/waveform generator, an envelope generator and an amplitude modulator
voice
the ability to speak; "he lost his voice"
voice
the distinctive quality or pitch or condition of a person's speech; "A shrill voice sounded behind us"
voice
a sound suggestive of a vocal utterance; "the noisy voice of the waterfall"; "the incessant voices of the artillery"
voice
vt To phone someone, as opposed to emailing them or connecting in {talk mode} "I'm busy now; I'll voice you later "
voice
Language; words; speech; expression; signification of feeling or opinion
voice
Pronunciation language(s) in this model T-T-S technology allows you to listen to the pronunciation of any word whether it belongs in the dictionary or not
voice
A sense of personality or individuality that is the effect of all of the many aspects of a piece of writing, including word choice, tone, sentence variety, etc
voice
A term indicating a range of pitch
voice
sound, noise
voice
To fit for producing the proper sounds; to regulate the tone of; as, to voice the pipes of an organ
voice
and also whisper
voice
1) In synthesizers, a pitch that can be played at the same tine as other pitches are sounded 2) In Yamaha synthesizers, a term meaning the same thing as Sound Patch (one sound that can be created by the synthesizer)
voice
To clamor; to cry out
voice
The sound produced by air passing out through the larynx and upper respiratory tract
voice
If someone tells you to keep your voice down, they are asking you to speak more quietly. Keep your voice down, for goodness sake
voice
sound produced by air passing out through the larynx and upper respiratory tract
voice
the distinctive qualities of a writer's style, including diction, attitude, sentence style, and ideas
voice
the melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music; "he tried to sing the tenor part"
voice
- the marriage of style and tone: what the poem is about and how the author addresses the subject and the reader
voice
Sound of the kind or quality heard in speech or song in the consonants b, v, d, etc
voice
Anything that can be transferred on a POTS network, namely any signal that fits on a 3 1kHz-bandwidth channel Voice can consist of voiceband-modulated data or facsimile signals or human speech See speech
voice
give voice to; "He voiced his concern"
voice
something suggestive of speech in being a medium of expression; "the wee small voice of conscience"; "the voice of experience"; "he said his voices told him to do it"
voice
If you have a voice in something, you have the right to express an opinion on it. Egypt is once again accepted as an important voice in Arab politics
voice
To give utterance or expression to; to utter; to publish; to announce; to divulge; as, to voice the sentiments of the nation
voice
expressing in coherent verbal form; "the articulation of my feelings"; "I gave voice to my feelings"
voice
A single note which may be sounded by a MIDI device The number of simultaneous voices which a device may sound is also referred to as the 'polyphony' of the device Although technically a single 'note' may use more than one voice in a MIDI device (depending on the configuaration of the device), throughtout this document it is assumed that a note will only use a single voice, and hence the terms 'note' and 'voice' are used interchangably
voice
The Voice is the writer coming through the words, the sense that a real person is speaking to us and cares about the message It is the heart and soul of the writing, the magic, the wit, the feeling, the life and breath When the writer is engaged personally with the topic, he/she imparts a personal tone and flavor to the piece that is unmistakably his/hers alone And it is that individual something-different from the mark of all other writers-that we call voice
voice
If you voice something such as an opinion or an emotion, you say what you think or feel. Some scientists have voiced concern that the disease could be passed on to humans The predominant opinion voiced by Detroit's Arab population seems to be one of frustration. = express
voice
an advocate who represents someone else's policy or purpose; "the meeting was attended by spokespersons for all the major organs of government"
voice
If you lose your voice, you cannot speak for a while because of an illness. I had to be careful not to get a sore throat and lose my voice
voice
utter with vibrating vocal chords
voice
Someone's voice is their opinion on a particular topic and what they say about it. What does one do when a government simply refuses to listen to the voice of the opposition?
voice
a system of inflections of a verb to indicate the relation of the subject of the verb to the action which the verb expresses English has two voices: active and passive Welsh may have laryngitis, because it seems to have lost its voice
voice
Sound of the kind or quality heard in speech or song in the consonants b, v, d, etc., and in the vowels; sonant, or intonated, utterance; tone; - distinguished from mere breath sound as heard in f, s, sh, etc., and also whisper
voice
If you give voice to an opinion, a need, or a desire, you express it aloud. a community radio run by the Catholic Church which gave voice to the protests of the slum-dwellers. = express
voice
{f} raise an opinion; adjust the tone of
voice
In 01 documentation, means the same thing as "oscillator"
voice
Command; precept; now chiefly used in scriptural language
voice
May be categorized as soprano (S), alto (A), tenor (T), or bass (B), representing singing ranges from high to low; music is often arranged in SATB form as well as SA, SSA, SAB, TTBB, and so on Other intermediate voices include mezzo-soprano, contralto, and baritone
voice
and in the vowels; sonant, or intonated, utterance; tone; distinguished from mere breath sound as heard in f, s, sh, etc
voice
In grammar, if a verb is in the active voice, the person who performs the action is the subject of the verb. If a verb is in the passive voice, the thing or person affected by the action is the subject of the verb
voice
If a number of people say something with one voice, they all express the same opinion about something. This would enable the community to speak with one voice in world affairs. a British newspaper especially for the black community. In grammar, the form of a verb indicating the relation between the participants (subject, object) in a narrated event and the event itself. English grammar distinguishes between the active voice ("The hunter killed the bear") and the passive voice ("The bear was killed by the hunter"). In the active voice, the emphasis is on the subject of the active verb (the agent performing the action named), whereas the passive voice indicates that the subject receives the action. voice box voice recognition voice mail Voice of America
voice
Command; precept; - now chiefly used in scriptural language
voice
Roughly, an instrument definition Each voice is composed of up to four elements, where each element is a waveform plus a number of effects A common effect is to make elements fade in or out depending on key velocity For example, you could make an instrument that sounds like a soft pad when you press the keys lightly, and sounds like a strong bell when you press the keys harder See Also element, part
voice
{i} sound produced in the throat; expression; language
voice
(linguistics) the grammatical relation (active or passive) of the grammatical subject of a verb to the action that the verb denotes give voice to; "He voiced his concern"
voice
the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract; "a singer takes good care of his voice"; "the giraffe cannot make any vocalizations"
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