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explainverb [I or T]

uk   us   /ɪkˈspleɪn/
A2 to make something clear or easy to understand by describing or giving information about it: If there's anything you don't understand, I'll be happy to explain. The teacher explained the rules to the children. [+ question word] Our guide explained where the cathedral was. He explained how the machine worked. Please could you explain why you're so late. [+ that] She explained that she was going to stay with her sister. [+ speech] "Someone must have hit the wrong button," an official explained. Molly asked the teacher if she could explain herself a little more clearly (= say more clearly what she meant). No one has been able to explain (= give the reason for) the accident.explain yourself to give reasons for your behaviour: He hadn't been home for three days so I asked him to explain himself.
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en árabe يُفَسِّر, يَشْرَح…
en coreano 설명하다…
in Malaysian jelas, menjelaskan…
en francés expliquer…
en turco izah etmek, açıklamak, anlatmak…
en italiano spiegare…
en chino (tradicionál) 解釋, 說明, 闡明…
en ruso объяснять…
en polaco wyjaśniać, tłumaczyć…
in Vietnamese giải thích…
en español explicar…
en portugués explicar…
in Thai อธิบาย, ชี้แจง…
en alemán erklären, erläutern…
en catalán explicar…
en japonés 説明する…
in Indonesian menjelaskan…
en chino (simplificado) 解释, 说明, 阐明…
(Definition of explain from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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