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articulate

verb /aːˈtikjuleit/
to speak or pronounce
articular
The teacher articulated (his words) very carefully.
articulated /aːˈtikjuˌleitid/ adjective (British) an articulated vehicle has two parts joined together making it easier to turn
Vehiculo Segmentado
an articulated lorry.
articulately /-lət-/ adverb
fluidamente, con claridad
She has always been able to express herself very articulately.
articulation noun
articulación
the articulation of vowel sounds.
(Definition of articulate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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