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pronounce

verb /prəˈnauns/
to speak (words or sounds, especially in a certain way)
pronunciar
He pronounced my name wrongly The ’b’ in ’lamb’ and the ’k’ in ’knob’ are not pronounced.
to announce officially or formally
pronunciar
He pronounced judgement on the prisoner.
pronounceable adjective (opposite unpronounceable) able to be pronounced
pronunciable
Some of these long foreign names are barely pronouncable.
pronounced adjective noticeable; definite
pronunciado
He walks with a pronounced limp.
pronouncement noun (formal) an announcement.
declaración, opinión
the latest pronouncement from the government.
pronunciation /-nansi-/ noun the act, or a way, of saying a word etc
pronunciación
She had difficulty with the pronunciation of his name.
Translations of “pronounce”
in Korean 발음하다…
in Arabic يَنْطِق…
in French prononcer…
in Italian pronunciare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 發出聲音, 發(音),讀(音)…
in Russian произносить…
in Turkish telâffuz etmek, sesletmek…
in Polish wymawiać…
in Portuguese pronunciar…
in German aussprechen, verkünden…
in Catalan pronunciar…
in Japanese ~を発音する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发出声音, 发(音),读(音)…
(Definition of pronounce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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