stutter

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kekelemek
{f} kekele

Yeni gelen kişi sinirlendiğinde kekeledi. - The newcomer stuttered when he was nervous.

O kekelemeye başladığında sınıf arkadaşları gülmekten kendilerini alamadılar. - When she began to stutter, her classmates couldn't help laughing.

pepele
{i} kekemelik
{i} pepeleme; kekeleme
{f} kekeleyerek söylemek
{f} gevelemek
{f} teklemek
pepemelik
pepelik
(isim) kekemelik
stutter out
kekeleyerek söylemek
stuttering
keke
stuttering
tutukluk
stuttering
kekeleyen
stuttering
kekeleyerek
stutterer
kekeme
stuttering
kekemelik
have a stutter
kekelemek
have a stutter
kekeme olmak
stutterer
pepeme
stutterer
(isim) kekeme
stuttering
kekeleme
stuttering
kekemelik,n.kekeleyen: v.kekele: prep.kekeleyerek
stuttering
(Tıp) Kekeleme, pepeleme, kekemelik
stutteringly
pepeleyerek
to stutter
pepelemek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A speech disorder characterised by stuttering
To speak with a spasmodic repetition of vocal sounds
{v} to stammer, to speak badly
See Stammer, and Stuttering
a speech disorder involving hesitations and involuntary repetitions of certain sounds
If someone has a stutter, they find it difficult to say the first sound of a word, and so they often hesitate or repeat it two or three times. He spoke with a pronounced stutter. = stammer
To hesitate or stumble in uttering words; to speak with spasmodic repetition or pauses; to stammer
{f} falter or pause frequently while speaking, stammer
One who stutters; a stammerer
The act of stutter
{i} tendency to falter or pause frequently while speaking, stammer
If someone stutters, they have difficulty speaking because they find it hard to say the first sound of a word. I was trembling so hard, I thought I would stutter when I spoke. = stammer + stuttering stut·ter·ing He had to stop talking because if he'd kept on, the stuttering would have started
The act of stuttering; a stammer
speak haltingly; "The speaker faltered when he saw his opponent enter the room"
If something stutters along, it progresses slowly and unevenly. The old truck stuttered along the winding road The political debate stutters on. an inability to speak normally because you stutter = stammer
stutter gun
A machine gun, particularly the Thompson or similar
stutterer
Agent noun of stutter; one who stutters; a stammerer
stuttering
Present participle of stutter
stuttering
that stutters
stuttering
hesitant
stutterer
{n} one who stutters, a stammerer
To stutter
stut
stuttered
past of stutter
stutterer
someone who speaks with involuntary pauses and repetitions
stutterer
Someone who stutters; a stammerer
stutterer
One who stutters; a stammerer
stutterer
{i} stammerer, one who stutters
stuttering
adj. or stammering or dysphemia Speech defect affecting the rhythm and fluency of speech, with involuntary repetition of sounds or syllables and intermittent blocking or prolongation of sounds, syllables, and words. Stutterers consistently have trouble with words starting with consonants, first words in sentences, and multisyllable words. Stuttering has a psychological, not a physiological, basis, tending to appear in children pressured to speak fluently in public. In earlier times, stutterers were subjected to often torturous efforts to cure them. Today it is known that about 80% recover without treatment, usually by early adulthood. This probably results from increased self-esteem, acceptance of the problem, and consequent relaxation. See also speech therapy
stuttering
Frequent repetition of words or parts of words that disrupts the smooth flow of speech
stuttering
articulatory or phonatory problem that typically presents in childhood and is characterized by anxiety about efficacy of spoken communication, along with forced, involuntary hesitation, duplication, and protraction of sounds and syllables
stuttering
Apt to stutter; hesitating; stammering
stuttering
unable to speak freely and easily
stuttering
An instance of stuttering
stuttering
The act of one who stutters; restricted by some physiologists to defective speech due to inability to form the proper sounds, the breathing being normal, as distinguished from stammering
stuttering
involuntary, frequent repetition or prolongation of sounds or syllabus involuntary, frequent repetition or prolongation of sounds or syllabus
stuttering
A speech disorder in which the flow of speech is disrupted by involuntary repetitions and prolongations of sounds, syllables, words or phrases, and by involuntary silent pauses or blocks in which the stutterer is unable to produce sounds
stuttering
A disturbance of rhythm and fluency of speech by an intermittent blocking
stutteringly
stammeringly, with a stutter
stutters
plural of , stutter
stutters
third-person singular of stutter
stutter
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