VS.

Verbalise vs. Verbalize

Published:
Views: 136

Verbaliseverb

be verbose;

‘This lawyer verbalizes and is rather tedious’;

Verbalizeverb

(transitive) To speak or to use words to express.

‘Bill became tongue-tied and could not verbalize his thoughts in the presence of the girl he had a crush on.’;

Verbaliseverb

express in speech;

‘She talks a lot of nonsense’; ‘This depressed patient does not verbalize’;

Verbalizeverb

To adapt (a word of another part of speech) as a verb.

Verbaliseverb

articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise;

‘She expressed her anger’; ‘He uttered a curse’;

Verbalizeverb

To convert into a verb; to verbify.

ADVERTISEMENT

Verbaliseverb

convert into a verb;

‘many English nouns have become verbalized’;

Verbalizeverb

To express in words.

Verbalizeverb

To be verbose.

Verbalizeverb

be verbose;

‘This lawyer verbalizes and is rather tedious’;

Verbalizeverb

express in speech;

‘She talks a lot of nonsense’; ‘This depressed patient does not verbalize’;

Verbalizeverb

articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise;

‘She expressed her anger’; ‘He uttered a curse’;

ADVERTISEMENT

Verbalizeverb

convert into a verb;

‘many English nouns have become verbalized’;

Popular Comparisons

Latest Comparisons

Trending Comparisons