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recite

verb /rəˈsait/
to repeat aloud from memory
recitar
She recited a poem in front of the class.
recital noun a public performance (of music or songs) usually by one person or a small number of people
recital
a recital of Schubert’s songs.
the act of reciting.
recitación
recitation /resi-/ noun a poem etc which is recited
recitación
a recitation from Shakespeare.
the act of reciting.
recitación, recitado
Translations of “recite”
in Arabic يُلقي…
in Korean 암송하다…
in Malaysian mendeklamasikan…
in French réciter…
in Turkish ezbere söylemek/okumak…
in Italian recitare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 背誦, 朗誦, 當衆吟誦…
in Russian повторять наизусть…
in Polish recytować…
in Vietnamese kể lại…
in Portuguese recitar…
in Thai ท่อง…
in German aufsagen…
in Catalan recitar…
in Japanese ~を暗唱する…
in Indonesian mengucapkan luar kepala…
in Chinese (Simplified) 背诵, 朗诵, 当众吟诵…
(Definition of recite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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