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English-German translation for: [speak]
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Dictionary English German: [speak]

Translation 1 - 53 of 53

English German
crisply {adv} [write, speak]
175
knapp
sb. spake [archaic] [spoke, past tense of speak]
13
jd. sprach
appealingly {adv} [look, speak]
5
inbrünstig [geh.] [flehentlich]
brusquely {adv} [speak]in schroffem Ton
emotionally {adv} [speak, act]pathetisch
nasally {adv} [speak]näselnd
nasally {adv} [speak]durch die Nase
Verbs
to rave [coll.] [speak, write enthusiastically]
811
schwärmen [mit Begeisterung]
to falter [speak hesitantly, stutter]
492
stocken [stammeln, stottern]
to wax [to speak or write in a specified manner, e.g. eloquent, poetic, sentimental etc.]
363
werden [beim Sprechen oder Schreiben in einen bestimmten Ton verfallen, z. B. eloquent, lyrisch, sentimental etc.]
to see sb. [to speak or talk to sb.]
338
jdn. sprechen
to drone [speak monotonously]
178
dröhnen [nordd.] [eintönig reden]
to dish sb. [coll.] [speak disparagingly]
103
jdn. dissen [ugs.] [sich über jdn. abfällig äußern]
to coo [speak in a soft murmur]
66
[sanft und leise sprechen, murmeln]
to snap [speak sharply]
62
bellen [jdn. anbellen]
to halt [Am.: speak hesitatingly]
36
stocken [stockend sprechen]
to patter sth. [rattle out, speak quickly]
12
etw. runterleiern [ugs.]
[to speak / write gender consciously]
7
gendern [ugs.] ["geschlechtern"]
to accost sb. [to speak to in familiar way with a greeting]
7
jdn. ansprechen [vertraulich anreden, grüßen]
[to speak German with a Berlin accent]berlinern
[to speak German with a Vienna accent]wienern
ling. [to speak German with a Yiddish accent / intonation]jüdeln [oft pej.] [bes. früher: mit jiddischem Einschlag sprechen]
to bullshit [vulg.] [to speak nonsense]seichen [regional] [pej.] [Unsinn reden]
to bullshit [vulg.] [to speak nonsense]Scheiß quatschen [salopp] [Unsinn reden]
ling. to burr [to speak with a trilled or rolled R]das R rollen
to drone [speak monotonously]eintönig reden
to fable [archaic] [invent fanciful stories; or: speak untruthfully]fabeln
to grate [speak with a grating voice]krächzend sagen
to patter [speak double Dutch]eine unverständliche Sprache sprechen
to recognize [Am.] [allow to speak]das Wort erteilen
to speak sth. [to be able to speak a language] [e.g. I speak German.]etw. können [eine Sprache können] [z. B. Ich kann Englisch.]
to spout [coll.] [pej.] [talk or speak at some length or in an oratorical manner]große Reden halten [pej.]
2 Words: Others
Pipe up! [coll.] [Speak up!]Reden Sie! [formelle Anrede]
2 Words: Verbs
to await sb.'s convenience [idiom] [to wait until sb. is ready, e.g., to speak]warten, bis jd. bereit ist [z. B. zu sprechen]
to let rip [to speak without restraint]loslegen [ugs.] [sich stürmisch äußern]
to make noises [coll.] [hint, speak vaguely] [idiom]Andeutungen machen
to pipe up [begin to speak]sich zu Wort melden
to pipe up [coll.] [begin to speak]den Mund aufmachen [ugs.] [zu sprechen beginnen]
to talk up [speak distinctly and openly]Tacheles reden [ugs.] [Redewendung]
2 Words: Nouns
audio med. deaf-muteness [lacking the sense of hearing and the ability to speak]Taubstummheit {f} [ugs.; fachspr. veraltet für: Gehörlosigkeit]
3 Words: Others
idiom if you like [so to speak]wenn man so will
on behalf of {prep} [after verbs, such as intervene, act, speak, submit, etc.]für [an Stelle von, im Auftrag von (nach Verben)]
with much emotion {adv} [speak, act]pathetisch
3 Words: Verbs
to address oneself to sb. [speak to]jdn. ansprechen
to dwell on / upon sth. [speak, or write at length about sth.]auf etw.Akk. näher eingehen
to make oneself clear [speak bluntly]deutlich werden [ohne Höflichkeit]
to take the floor [idiom] [speak in a debate or assembly]das Wort ergreifen [Redewendung]
4 Words: Verbs
to broadcast on the radio [speak]im Rundfunk sprechen
to lift (up) one's voice [speak or sing louder]die Stimme erheben [lauter sprechen, auch: lauter singen]
4 Words: Nouns
audio med. deaf-mutism / deaf mutism [lacking the sense of hearing and the ability to speak]Taubstummheit {f} [ugs.; fachspr. veraltet für: Gehörlosigkeit]
5+ Words: Others
in a completely different way {adv} [plan, speak, think, etc.]ganz anders [planen, sprechen, denken etc.]
in a completely different way {adv} [plan, speak, think, etc.]völlig anders [planen, sprechen, denken etc.]
5+ Words: Verbs
idiom to go on and on to sb. [to speak]wie ein Wasserfall auf jdn. einreden
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