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speech

noun /spiːtʃ/
(the act of) saying words, or the ability to say words
habla
Speech is one method of communication between people.
the words said
palabras
His speech is full of colloquialisms.
manner or way of speaking
lenguaje, forma de hablar
His speech is very slow.
a formal talk given to a meeting etc
discurso
parliamentary speeches.
speechless adjective unable to speak, often because of surprise, shock etc
mudo, enmudecido
He looked at her in speechless amazement.
speechlessly adverb
sin una palabra
speechlessness noun
mutismo
speech bubble noun a round shape containing the words that someone says in a cartoon.
Bocadillo
speech marks noun plural another word for quotation marks.
Cometes
(Definition of speech from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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