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Significado de “speak up” - Diccionario Inglés

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speak up

phrasal verb with speak uk   /spiːk/ us   /spiːk/ verb spoke, spoken
B2 to speak in a louder voice so that people can hear you: Could you speak up? We can't hear at the back.

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speak up

phrasal verb with speak us   /spik/ verb past tense spoke /spoʊk/ , past participle spoken /ˈspoʊ·kən/
  • (TALK LOUD)

to speak louder: Speak up! We can’t hear you in the back.

speak up

phrasal verb with speak us   /spik/ verb past tense spoke /spoʊk/ , past participle spoken /ˈspoʊ·kən/
  • (EXPRESS OPINION)

to express your opinion: If you disagree, please speak up.
(Definition of speak up from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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