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elocution

noun [U]
 
 
/ˌeləˈkjuːʃən/
the skill of speaking in a careful, clear wayWays of speaking
Translations of “elocution”
in Vietnamese thuật diễn thuyết…
in Spanish elocución…
in Thai ศิลปะการพูดในที่ชุมชน…
in Malaysian seni bicara…
in French élocution…
in German die Vortragskunst…
in Chinese (Traditional) 演講術,演講技巧…
in Indonesian seni wicara…
in Russian ораторское искусство…
in Turkish hitabet, güzel konuşma sanatı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 演讲术,演讲技巧…
in Polish wymowa…
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