Articulate

  • 1 articulate — adj 1 *vocal, oral Analogous words: distinct, clear (see EVIDENT): uttered, voiced (see EXPRESS vb) Antonyms: inarticulate, dumb 2 *vocal, fluent, eloquent, voluble, glib Analogous words: expressing, voicing, uttering, venting (see EXPRESS vb) …

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  • 2 Articulate — may refer to: *Articulate (board game) *Articulate sign *Articulate sound *Articulate (architecture)ee also*Articulation …

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  • 3 Articulate — Ar*tic u*late, a. [L. articulatus. See {Articulata}.] 1. Expressed in articles or in separate items or particulars. [Archaic] Bacon. [1913 Webster] 2. Jointed; formed with joints; consisting of segments united by joints; as, articulate animals or …

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  • 4 Articulate — Ar*tic u*late, v. t. 1. To joint; to unite by means of a joint; to put together with joints or at the joints. [1913 Webster] 2. To draw up or write in separate articles; to particularize; to specify. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 3. To form, as the… …

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  • 5 articulate — [adj] clearly, coherently spoken clear, coherent, comprehensible, definite, distinct, eloquent, expressive, fluent, intelligible, lucid, meaningful, understandable, well spoken; concept 267 Ant. misrepresented, unclear, unintelligible articulate… …

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  • 6 articulate — [är tik′yo͞o lit, är tik′yəlit; ] for v. [, är′tik′yo͞olāt΄, är tik′yəlāt΄] adj. [L articulatus, pp. of articulare, to separate into joints, utter distinctly < articulus: see ARTICLE] 1. having parts connected by joints; jointed: usually… …

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  • 7 Articulate — Ar*tic u*late, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Articulated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Articulating}]. 1. To utter articulate sounds; to utter the elementary sounds of a language; to enunciate; to speak distinctly. [1913 Webster] 2. To treat or make terms. [Obs.]… …

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  • 8 articulate — ARTICULÁTE s. pl. v. artropode. Trimis de siveco, 13.09.2007. Sursa: Sinonime  ARTICULÁTE s.f.pl. Artropode. [cf. fr. articulés]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 06.03.2006. Sursa: DN …

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  • 9 Articulate — Ar*tic u*late, n. (Zo[ o]l.) An animal of the subkingdom Articulata. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 10 articulate — I verb avow, clarify, communicate, converse, convey, enunciate, express, observe, phrase, pronounce, recite, recount, remark, speak, utter II index avow, clarify, coherent (clear), communicate …

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  • 11 articulate — ► ADJECTIVE 1) fluent and clear in speech. 2) having joints or jointed segments. ► VERB 1) pronounce (words) distinctly. 2) clearly express (an idea or feeling). 3) form a joint. 4) ( …

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  • 12 articulate — articulable /ahr tik yeuh leuh beuhl/, adj. articulately, adv. articulateness, articulacy /ahr tik yeuh leuh see/, n. articulative /ahr tik yeuh lay tiv, leuh tiv/, adj. adj., n. /ahr tik yeuh lit/; v …

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  • 13 articulate — ar|tic|u|late1 [a:ˈtıkjuleıt US a:r ] v [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: , past participle of articulare to divide into joints, speak clearly , from articulus; ARTICLE] 1.) [T] formal to express your ideas or feelings in words ▪ Many people are …

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  • 14 articulate — I. adjective Etymology: Latin articulatus jointed, past participle of articulare, from articulus Date: 1586 1. a. divided into syllables or words meaningfully arranged ; intelligible b. able to speak c. expressing oneself readily, clearly, or… …

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  • 15 articulate — I UK [ɑː(r)ˈtɪkjʊlət] / US [ɑrˈtɪkjulət] adjective 1) able to express your thoughts, arguments, and ideas clearly and effectively She is a highly articulate woman. 2) articulate writing or speech is clear and easy to understand It gives an… …

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  • 16 articulate — ar|tic|u|late1 [ ar tıkjulət ] adjective 1. ) able to express your thoughts, arguments, and ideas clearly and effectively: She is a highly articulate woman. 2. ) articulate writing or speech is clear and easy to understand: It gives an articulate …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 17 articulate — articulates, articulating, articulated (The adjective is pronounced [[t]ɑː(r)tɪ̱kjʊlət[/t]]. The verb is pronounced [[t]ɑː(r)tɪ̱kjʊleɪt[/t]].) 1) ADJ GRADED (approval) If you describe someone as articulate, you mean that they are able to express… …

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  • 18 articulate — {{11}}articulate (adj.) 1580s in the speech sense (1570s as formulated in articles ), from L. articulatus (see ARTICULATE (Cf. articulate) (v.)). Literal meaning composed of segments united by joints is from c.1600; the general sense of speaking… …

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  • 19 articulate — 1. adjective /ɑː(ɹ)ˈtɪk.jʊ.lət,ɑːɹˈtɪk.jə.lət/ a) clear, effective She’s a bright, articulate young woman. b) especially, speaking in a clear or effective manner The robot arm was articulate in two directions …

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  • 20 articulate — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} verb 1 pronounce sth carefully ADVERB ▪ carefully, clearly, well ▪ She spoke slowly, articulating each word clearly. 2 express sth ADVERB ▪ clearly …

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