aloud

  • 1 aloud — [ə loud′] adv. 1. loudly [to cry aloud] 2. in an audible voice; not silently [read the letter aloud] …

    English World dictionary

  • 2 Aloud — A*loud , adv. [Pref. a + loud.] With a loud voice, or great noise; loudly; audibly. [1913 Webster] Cry aloud, spare not, lift up thy voice. Isa. lviii. 1. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 aloud — (adv.) late 14c., from A (Cf. a ) (1) + LOUD (Cf. loud) …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 4 aloud — [adv] in a spoken voice, usually not softly audibly, clearly, distinctly, intelligibly, loudly, lustily, noisily, out loud, plainly, vociferously; concept 594 Ant. inaudibly, silently …

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  • 5 aloud — ► ADVERB ▪ not silently; audibly …

    English terms dictionary

  • 6 Aloud — Infobox musical artist Name = Aloud Img capt = L to R: Henry Beguiristain, Jen de la Osa, Roy Fontaine, Ross Lohr Img size = 220 Landscape = yes Background = group or band Birth name = Alias = Born = Died = Origin = Instrument = Genre = Rock,… …

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  • 7 aloud — a|loud [əˈlaud] adv if you read, laugh, say something etc aloud, you read etc so that people can hear you = out loud read/say sth aloud ▪ Joanne, would you read the poem aloud? laugh/groan/cry etc aloud ▪ The pain made him cry aloud. ▪ She could… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 8 aloud — [[t]əla͟ʊd[/t]] 1) ADV: ADV after v When you say something, read, or laugh aloud, you speak or laugh so that other people can hear you. When we were children, our father read aloud to us... The bastard, she said aloud. Syn: out loud Ant: silently …

    English dictionary

  • 9 aloud — /euh lowd /, adv. 1. with the normal tone and volume of the speaking voice, as distinguished from whisperingly: They could not speak aloud in the library. 2. vocally, as distinguished from mentally: He read the book aloud. 3. with a loud voice;… …

    Universalium

  • 10 aloud — adverb 1 if you say something aloud you say it in your normal voice: Joanne, would you read the poem aloud for us? 2 in a loud voice: The pain made him cry aloud …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 11 aloud — a•loud [[t]əˈlaʊd[/t]] adv. 1) in the normal tone and volume of the speaking voice 2) vocally, as distinguished from mentally: to read a book aloud[/ex] 3) in a loud voice; loudly: to cry aloud[/ex] • Etymology: 1325–75 …

    From formal English to slang

  • 12 aloud — /əˈlaʊd / (say uh lowd) adverb 1. with the natural tone of the voice as distinguished from in a whisper or silently: to read aloud. 2. with a loud voice; loudly: to cry aloud. {a 1 + loud} …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 13 aloud — See: THINK ALOUD or THINK OUT LOUD …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 14 aloud — See: THINK ALOUD or THINK OUT LOUD …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 15 aloud — adverb Etymology: Middle English, from 1a + loud Date: 13th century 1. archaic in a loud manner ; loudly 2. with the speaking voice < read aloud > …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 16 aloud — 1. adverb /ʌˈlaʊd/ a) With a loud voice, or great noise; loudly; audibly. b) Audibly, as opposed to silent, as in speaking aloud rather than thinking thoughts privately. 2. adjective /ʌˈlaʊd/ Spoken …

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  • 17 aloud — adv. Aloud is used with these verbs: ↑cry, ↑curse, ↑gasp, ↑groan, ↑laugh, ↑murmur, ↑mutter, ↑ponder, ↑pray, ↑read, ↑say, ↑scream, ↑ …

    Collocations dictionary

  • 18 aloud — a|loud [ ə laud ] adverb * loud enough for other people to hear: The teacher would read aloud to the group …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 19 aloud — [14] Aloud was formed in Middle English from the adjective loud and the prefix a , as in abroad; it does not appear to have had a direct Old English antecedent *on loud. Its opposite, alow ‘quietly’, did not survive the 15th century. => LOUD …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 20 aloud — See: think aloud or think out loud …

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