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voice

noun /vois/
the sounds from the mouth made in speaking or singing
die Stimme
He has a very deep voice He spoke in a quiet/loud/angry/kind voice.
the voice regarded as the means of expressing opinion
die Stimme
The voice of the people should not be ignored the voice of reason/conscience.
voiced adjective (negative unvoiced).
stimmhaft
voiceless adjective
sprach-, stimmlos
voicemail noun a system that stores telephone messages for subscribers to this service
der Anrufbeantworter
Have you checked your voicemail?
be in good voice to have one’s voice in good condition for singing or speaking
gut bei Stimme sein
The choir was in good voice tonight.
lose one’s voice to be unable to speak eg because of having a cold, sore throat etc
ohne Stimme sein
When I had ’flu I lost my voice for three days.
raise one’s voice to speak more loudly than normal especially in anger
die Stimme heben
I don’t want to have to raise my voice to you again.
Translations of “voice”
in Korean 목소리…
in Arabic صَوْت…
in French voix…
in Italian voce…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聲音, 說話聲, 嗓音…
in Russian голос, мнение…
in Turkish ses, fikir, düşünce…
in Polish głos, rzeczni-k/czka…
in Spanish voz…
in Portuguese voz…
in Catalan veu…
in Japanese 声…
in Chinese (Simplified) 声音, 说话声, 嗓音…
(Definition of voice from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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