English → English - orate

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v. give a lecture, make a speech, declaim
v. pray, praise or appeal to God in words or thought (Obsolete)
n. sea bream (Zoology)

English → Spanish - orate

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v. perorar, discursar

Spanish → English - orate

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n. madman, lunatic

English → French - orate

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v. prononcer un discours, déclarer, faire un speech

English → German - orate

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v. Rede halten

English → Indonesian - orate

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v. berpidato

English → Italian - orate

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v. (fam) parlare con tono pomposo, declamare

English → Portuguese - orate

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v. discursar

English → Russian - orate

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г. произносить речь, ораторствовать, разглагольствовать

English → Turkish - orate

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f. konuşma yapmak, nutuk çekmek

English → Ukrainian - orate

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v. промова: виголошувати промову, просторікувати

Portuguese → English - orate

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n. crazy, mad person, insane person, lunatic

English → Dutch - orate

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ww. oreren

English → Greek - orate

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ρήμ. ρητορεύω

Spanish → German - orate

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n. verrückte, spinner

English → Chinese - orate

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(动) 演讲; 用演说的腔调说

English → Chinese - orate

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(動) 演講; 用演說的腔調說

English → Hindi - orate

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v. तक़रीर करना, भाषण करना

English → Japanese - orate

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(動) 演説する, 講演する

English → Korean - orate

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동. 연설하다

English → Vietnamese - orate

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v. nói dai

Definition of orate

Pronunciation
Verb
1. To speak formally; to give a speech.
2. To speak passionately; to preach for or against something.
Adjective
3. Competent in oracy; having good speaking skills.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: orating
Present: orate (3.person: orates)
Past: orated
Future: will orate
Present conditional: would orate
Present Perfect: have orated (3.person: has orated)
Past Perfect: had orated
Future Perfect: will have orated
Past conditional: would have orated
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