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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “articulate”

articulate

verb [T]
 
 
/ɑːˈtɪk.jʊ.leɪt/ US  /ɑːr-/ formal
to express in words
清楚地表達
I found myself unable to articulate my feelings.
我感到無法用語言來表達我的感情。
Many people are opposed to the new law, but have had no opportunity to articulate their opposition.
很多人不贊成這項新法律,但是卻沒有機會表達他們的反對意見。
Saying and utteringSaying again
to pronounce
清晰地吐(字);清晰地發(音)
When children first learn to talk, there are some sounds that they find difficult to articulate.
小孩子剛學說話時,有一些音他們很難發出來。
Ways of speaking
(Definition of articulate verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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