- leofaaleoinaleo e faaalialeoleo
Noun(1) the distinctive quality or pitch or condition of a person's speech(2) the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract(3) a sound suggestive of a vocal utterance(4) expressing in coherent verbal form(5) a means or agency by which something is expressed or communicated(6) something suggestive of speech in being a medium of expression(7) (metonymy(8) an advocate who represents someone else's policy or purpose(9) the ability to speak(10) (linguistics, active or passive(11) the melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music
Verb(1) give voice to(2) utter with vibrating vocal chords
(1) In other words, I must become a string theorist to voice an opinion about it.(2) George Orwell argues that the passive voice can be a tool for political abuse.(3) At a time when the future of our public services is at the centre of the political debate, we must make clear that our members too have a right to a voice .(4) It is time the rest of society reclaimed its right to have a voice in determining what their lives shall be like.(5) When at last he spoke, his voice was beguiling, and my senses seemed to calm of their own accord.(6) he has a deep voice(7) Thrust a mic to an opera singer's mouth and the voice is rendered flat, tinny, indistinct.(8) Simon has begun to develop a distinctive voice as both a fiction and nonfiction writer.(9) His distinctive voice and presentation style was instantly recognisable.(10) he remains an influential voice in the party(11) Welcome to the movement sister, we sure could use a voice like yours right now!(12) The aim of the group is to work together towards the elimination of discrimination on the grounds of race by giving ethnic minorities a voice .(13) People want to vote with their feet and let their voice be heard, but when it comes to all things European, they are not concerned.(14) the passive voice(15) I lost my voice for a second but quickly recovered, though still nervous.(16) He remained very ill, lost his voice and contracted a chest infection which lasted for some weeks.
(1) passive voice :: leo faaupu
1. power of speech ::
le mana o le tautala
2. expression ::
3. opinion ::
4. say ::
5. spokesperson ::
7. representative ::
8. articulation ::
9. part ::
10. express ::
11. vocalize ::
Different Formsvoice, voiced, voiceless, voices, voicing
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