speech

speech
[spiːtʃ]
n
1) речь, говор, диалект, речевая деятельность, манера говорить

Sometimes gestures are more expressive than speech. — Иногда жесты красноречивее слов.

Man is the only animal that has the power/faculty of speech. — Человек - единственное живое существо, обладающее даром речи.

- irritating speech
- refined speech
- ordinary speech
- dialectal speech
- London speech
- everyday speech
- continuous speech
- cultural speech
- formal speech
- affected speech
- disrespectful speech
- rasping speech
- blunt speech
- flattering speech
- oral speech
- gutteral speech
- human speech
- direct speech
- speech habits
- speech marks
- speech therapy
- speech underdevelopment
- speech abnormality
- power of speech
- error of speech
- part of speech
- fugure of speech
- stream of speech
- sounds of speech
- type of speech
- by smb's speech
- abandon one's native speech
- be slow of speech
- charge one's speech with commonplace phrases
- copy smb in speech
- get used to the speech predominant here
- imitate other people's speech
- improve one's speech
- lose one's power speech
- recover one's speech
- use many quotations in speech
- be startled beyond speech
- change direct speech into indirect speech
- enjoy freedom of speech
2) речь, выступление, доклад

It is a smart speech for a five-year old. — Для пятилетнего ребенка, он очень умно говорит.

Dull speeches are better than dull silences. — Скучные речи лучше томительного молчания.

Speech is silver, but silence is gold. — Слово - серебро, а молчание - золото

- a clever speech
- a brief speech
- political speech
- eloquent speech
- keynote speech
- an opening speech
- congratulatory speech
- acceptance speech
- inaugural speech
- election speech
- throne speech
- after dinner speech
- platform speech
- holiday speeches
- five-minute speech
- touching speech
- set speech
- quick flashing speech of challenge
- maiden speech in Parlament
- speech about smth
- speech of great courage
- speech of welcome
- speech on the war
- speech for the prosecution
- subject of his speech
- at the end of the speech
- address a speech to the delegates
- applaud a speech
- listen to a speech
- attack smb in one's speech
- be deeply stirred by the speech
- be good at making speeches
- begin the speech with an apology
- break off one's speech
- close one's speech
- compose a speech
- deliver a speech from one's notes
- drag out draw out one's speech
- interrupt a speech
- record a speech
- limit smb's speech to ten minutes
- make a speech
- make a speech on smb's behalf
- make an impressive and eloquent speech to the demonstators
- receive the speech warmly
- report a speech
- take smb's speech down in shorthand
- write a speech

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