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Speech vs. Speach

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Speechnoun

(uncountable) The faculty of uttering articulate sounds or words; the ability to speak or to use vocalizations to communicate.

‘It was hard to hear the sounds of his speech over the noise. He had a bad speech impediment.’;

Speachnoun

obsolete form of speech

Speechnoun

(countable) A session of speaking; a long oral message given publicly usually by one person.

‘The candidate made some ambitious promises in his campaign speech.’;

Speachnoun

misspelling of speech

Speechnoun

A style of speaking.

‘Her speech was soft and lilting.’;

Speechnoun

(grammar) Speech reported in writing; see direct speech, reported speech

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Speechnoun

A dialect or language.

Speechnoun

Talk; mention; rumour.

Speechverb

To make a speech; to harangue.

Speechnoun

The faculty of uttering articulate sounds or words; the faculty of expressing thoughts by words or articulate sounds; the power of speaking.

‘There is none comparable to the variety of instructive expressions by speech, wherewith man alone is endowed for the communication of his thoughts.’;

Speechnoun

he act of speaking; that which is spoken; words, as expressing ideas; language; conversation.

‘O goode God! how gentle and how kindYe seemed by your speech and your visageThe day that maked was our marriage.’; ‘The acts of God . . . to human earsCan nort without process of speech be told.’;

Speechnoun

A particular language, as distinct from others; a tongue; a dialect.

‘People of a strange speech and of an hard language.’;

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Speechnoun

Talk; mention; common saying.

‘The duke . . . did of me demandWhat was the speech among the LondonersConcerning the French journey.’;

Speechnoun

formal discourse in public; oration; harangue.

‘The constant design of these orators, in all their speeches, was to drive some one particular point.’;

Speechnoun

ny declaration of thoughts.

‘I. with leave of speech implored, . . . replied.’;

Speechverb

To make a speech; to harangue.

Speechnoun

the act of delivering a formal spoken communication to an audience;

‘he listened to an address on minor Roman poets’;

Speechnoun

(language) communication by word of mouth;

‘his speech was garbled’; ‘he uttered harsh language’; ‘he recorded the spoken language of the streets’;

Speechnoun

something spoken;

‘he could hear them uttering merry speeches’;

Speechnoun

the exchange of spoken words;

‘they were perfectly comfortable together without speech’;

Speechnoun

your characteristic style or manner of expressing yourself orally;

‘his manner of speaking was quite abrupt’; ‘her speech was barren of southernisms’; ‘I detected a slight accent in his speech’;

Speechnoun

a lengthy rebuke;

‘a good lecture was my father's idea of discipline’; ‘the teacher gave him a talking to’;

Speechnoun

words making up the dialogue of a play;

‘the actor forgot his speech’;

Speechnoun

the mental faculty or power of vocal communication;

‘language sets homo sapiens apart from all other animals’;

Speechnoun

the expression of or the ability to express thoughts and feelings by articulate sounds

‘he was born deaf and without the power of speech’;

Speechnoun

a person's style of speaking

‘she wouldn't accept his correction of her speech’;

Speechnoun

a formal address or discourse delivered to an audience

‘he gave a speech about the company’;

Speechnoun

a sequence of lines written for one character in a play

‘Antony's speech over Caesar's body’;

Speech

Speech is human vocal communication using language. Each language uses phonetic combinations of vowel and consonant sounds that form the sound of its words (that is, all English words sound different from all French words, even if they are the same word, e.g., or ), and using those words in their semantic character as words in the lexicon of a language according to the syntactic constraints that govern lexical words' function in a sentence.

‘role’; ‘hotel’;

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