speaking

[n] - the utterance of intelligible speech
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Speaking

Speak'ing adjective 1. Uttering speech; used for conveying speech; as, man is a speaking animal; a speaking tube. 2. Seeming to be capable of speech; hence, lifelike; as, a speaking likeness. A speaking acquaintance , a slight acquaintance with a per
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Speaking

Speak'ing noun 1. The act of uttering words. 2. Public declamation; oratory.
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speaking

noun the utterance of intelligible speech
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Speaking

• (a.) Uttering speech; used for conveying speech; as, man is a speaking animal; a speaking tube. • (a.) Seeming to be capable of speech; hence, lifelike; as, a speaking likeness. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Speak
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speaking

Type: Term Definitions: 1. laliophobia.
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SPEAKING

An inadvertant noise made by the props which can give away the trick. E.g., when you perform the pass, it's important that your cards are not speaking.
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SPEAKING

In sociolinguistics, SPEAKING or the SPEAKING model, is a model socio-linguistic study (represented as a mnemonic) developed by Dell Hymes. It is a tool to assist the identification and labeling of components of linguistic interaction that was driven by his view that, in order to speak a language correctly, one needs not only to learn its vocabula
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speaking

  1. the utterance of intelligible speech
  2. delivering an address to a public audience
  3. express in speech
  4. exchange thoughts; talk with
  5. use language
  6. give a speech to
  7. make a characteristic or natural sound

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speaking

Communication skill that involves the formation and pronouncement of words in a coherent fashion. The skill of speaking is developed from infancy and is essential to our everyday lives, our careers, and our personal relationships. An experienced speaker will adapt language to the intended audience and purpose. A formal debate requires more sophist.
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