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articulateadjective

 us   /ɑrˈtɪk·jə·lət/
expressing or ​able to ​express things ​easily and ​clearly: The First ​Lady was an ​intelligent and articulate ​spokeswoman for a lot of ​causes.

articulateverb [T]

 us   /ɑrˈtɪk·jəˌleɪt/
to ​explain in words, esp. to ​express something ​clearly: She has not ​yet articulated her ​vision of why she ​wants to be ​governor.
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articulateadjective

uk   /ɑːˈtɪk.jʊ.lət/  us   /ɑːr-/
able to ​expressthoughts and ​feelingseasily and ​clearly, or ​showing this ​quality: an ​intelligent and ​highly articulate ​young woman She gave a ​witty, ​entertaining, and articulate ​speech.
articulately
adverb uk   us   /-li/
articulateness
noun [U] uk   us   /-nəs/ (also articulacy, uk   /-lə.si/ us   )

articulateverb [T]

uk   /ɑːˈtɪk.jʊ.leɪt/  us   /ɑːr-/ formal

articulate verb [T] (EXPRESS IN WORDS)

to ​express in words: I ​found myself ​unable to articulate my ​feelings. Many ​people are ​opposed to the new ​law, but have had no ​opportunity to articulate ​theiropposition.

articulate verb [T] (PRONOUNCE)

to ​pronounce: When ​children first ​learn to ​talk, there are some ​sounds that they ​finddifficult to articulate.

articulate verb [T] (FORM A JOINT)

specialized medical to ​connect two ​bones by ​forming a ​joint
(Definition of articulate from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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