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utter

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈʌtər/ formal
to say something: She left without uttering a word.Saying and utteringSaying again
Translations of “utter”
in Arabic يَقول…
in Korean 말하다…
in Malaysian melafazkan…
in French pousser, prononcer…
in Turkish söylemek, ifade etmek…
in Italian pronunciare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 說, 講, 出聲…
in Russian издавать (звук), произносить…
in Polish wypowiadać, wydawać…
in Vietnamese thốt ra, phát ra…
in Spanish pronunciar, articular…
in Portuguese pronunciar, emitir…
in Thai เปล่งเสียง…
in German äußern…
in Catalan pronunciar…
in Japanese (言葉など)を口に出す…
in Indonesian mengeluarkan suara…
in Chinese (Simplified) 说, 讲, 出声…
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