Significado de “verbal” - en el Diccionario Inglés

verbal en inglés británico

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verbaladjective

uk /ˈvɜː.bəl/ us /ˈvɝː.bəl/

verbal adjective (SPOKEN)

C2 spoken rather than written:

Airport officials received a stream of verbal abuse from angry passengers whose flights had been delayed.

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verbally
adverb uk /ˈvɜː.bəl.i/ us /ˈvɝː.bəl.i/

The judge then verbally agreed to the attorney's request.

(Definición de verbal del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

verbal en inglés americano

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verbaladjective [ not gradable ]

us /ˈvɜr·bəl/

verbal adjective [ not gradable ] (SPOKEN)

spoken rather than written:

Our apartment lease is really just a verbal agreement.

verbal adjective [ not gradable ] (RELATING TO WORDS)

grammar having to do with or using words:

The children were tested for their physical coordination and verbal skills.
verbally
adverb us /ˈvɜr·bə·li/

The judge then verbally agreed to the attorneys' request.

(Definición de verbal del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

verbal en inglés de negocios

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verbaladjective

uk /ˈvɜːbəl/ us

spoken rather than written:

verbal agreement/assurance/contract A verbal agreement had been reached with investors.
The management will not tolerate physical or verbal abuse of its staff.
Her manager had given her several verbal warnings but nothing in writing.

someone with good verbal skills uses language well and communicates clearly:

The position requires strong written and verbal communication skills.

(Definición de verbal del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)