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"aloud" in British English

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aloudadverb

uk   us   /əˈlaʊd/
B1 in a ​voiceloud enough to be ​heard: He read her ​letter aloud to the ​rest of the ​family. People are ​starting to wonder aloud (= ​questionpublicly) whether the ​economicreforms have gone too ​far.
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(Definition of aloud from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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aloudadverb [not gradable]

 us   /əˈlɑʊd/
in a ​voiceloud enough to be ​heard: I ​wondered aloud whether it would be ​worth the ​wait.
(Definition of aloud from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “aloud”
in Korean 소리 내어…
in Arabic بِصَوت مُرتَفِع…
in Malaysian dengan kuat…
in French à haute voix…
in Russian вслух…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大聲地, 出聲地…
in Italian ad alta voce…
in Turkish sesli, yüksek sesle…
in Polish głośno, na głos…
in Spanish en voz alta…
in Vietnamese lớn tiếng…
in Portuguese em voz alta, alto…
in Thai อย่างดัง…
in German laut…
in Catalan en veu alta…
in Japanese 声に出して…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大声地, 出声地…
in Indonesian dengan keras…
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