English → English - declaim

Pronunciation
v. speak rhetorically, harangue; recite, make a formal speech

English → Spanish - declaim

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v. declamar

English → French - declaim

Pronunciation
v. déclamer; parler avec enthousiasme

English → German - declaim

Pronunciation
v. feierlich reden; deklamieren, vortragen

English → Indonesian - declaim

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v. mendeklamasikan, melontarkan celaan, mengecam

English → Italian - declaim

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v. declamare; inveire, scagliarsi; parlare in modo retorico; arringare

English → Polish - declaim

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v. deklamować, gardłować, perorować, prawić, tokować

English → Portuguese - declaim

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v. declamar; recitar

English → Romanian - declaim

Pronunciation
v. declama

English → Russian - declaim

Pronunciation
г. произносить с пафосом, витийствовать, ораторствовать, разглагольствовать, краснобайствовать, декламировать, читать, осуждать, выступать против

English → Turkish - declaim

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f. yüksek sesle okumak, söylev vermek, nutuk çekmek, heyecanlı konuşma yapmak; bağırıp çağırmak

English → Ukrainian - declaim

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v. промовляти з пафосом, ораторствувати, промова: виголошувати промову

English → Dutch - declaim

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ww. uitvaren; retorisch spreken

English → Greek - declaim

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ρήμ. ρητορεύω, δημηγορώ

English → Arabic - declaim

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‏خطب، تكلم مخاطبا، تكلم بطريقة خطابية، خاطب‏

English → Chinese - declaim

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(动) 慷慨陈词; 朗读; 慷慨激昂地发表; 朗诵

English → Chinese - declaim

Pronunciation
(動) 慷慨陳詞; 朗讀; 慷慨激昂地發表; 朗誦

English → Hindi - declaim

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v. रचनासुचना, सुचना, अलंकारिक भाषा में बातें करना, मलामत करना, आक्षेप करना, निंदा करना

English → Japanese - declaim

Pronunciation
(動) 演説口調で話す; 熱弁をふるう

English → Korean - declaim

Pronunciation
동. 웅변조로 낭독하다, 웅변조로 말하다; 연설하다

English → Vietnamese - declaim

Pronunciation
v. diển thuyết, bình luận

Definition of declaim

Pronunciation
Verb
1. To object to something vociferously; to rail against in speech.
2. To recite, e.g., poetry, in a theatrical way; to speak for rhetorical display; to speak pompously, noisily, or theatrically; bemouth; to make an empty speech; to rehearse trite arguments in debate; to rant.
3. To speak rhetorically; to make a formal speech or oration; specifically, to recite a speech, poem, etc., in public as a rhetorical exercise; to practice public speaking.
The students declaim twice a week.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: declaiming
Present: declaim (3.person: declaims)
Past: declaimed
Future: will declaim
Present conditional: would declaim
Present Perfect: have declaimed (3.person: has declaimed)
Past Perfect: had declaimed
Future Perfect: will have declaimed
Past conditional: would have declaimed
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