Bedeutung von “say” im Essential American English Dictionary

say

verb us /seɪ/ present participle saying, past tense and past participle said

A1 to speak words:

“I’d like to go home,” she said.
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B1 to tell someone about a fact or opinion:

He said that he was leaving.

B1 to give information in writing, numbers, or signs:

My watch says one o’clock.

B1 to think or believe:

People say that he’s over 100.
it goes without saying

If something goes without saying, it is obvious or generally accepted:

It goes without saying that smoking is harmful.

(Definition von “say” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)