verbalise


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verbalise


Past participle: verbalised
Gerund: verbalising

Imperative
verbalise
verbalise
Present
I verbalise
you verbalise
he/she/it verbalises
we verbalise
you verbalise
they verbalise
Preterite
I verbalised
you verbalised
he/she/it verbalised
we verbalised
you verbalised
they verbalised
Present Continuous
I am verbalising
you are verbalising
he/she/it is verbalising
we are verbalising
you are verbalising
they are verbalising
Present Perfect
I have verbalised
you have verbalised
he/she/it has verbalised
we have verbalised
you have verbalised
they have verbalised
Past Continuous
I was verbalising
you were verbalising
he/she/it was verbalising
we were verbalising
you were verbalising
they were verbalising
Past Perfect
I had verbalised
you had verbalised
he/she/it had verbalised
we had verbalised
you had verbalised
they had verbalised
Future
I will verbalise
you will verbalise
he/she/it will verbalise
we will verbalise
you will verbalise
they will verbalise
Future Perfect
I will have verbalised
you will have verbalised
he/she/it will have verbalised
we will have verbalised
you will have verbalised
they will have verbalised
Future Continuous
I will be verbalising
you will be verbalising
he/she/it will be verbalising
we will be verbalising
you will be verbalising
they will be verbalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been verbalising
you have been verbalising
he/she/it has been verbalising
we have been verbalising
you have been verbalising
they have been verbalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been verbalising
you will have been verbalising
he/she/it will have been verbalising
we will have been verbalising
you will have been verbalising
they will have been verbalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been verbalising
you had been verbalising
he/she/it had been verbalising
we had been verbalising
you had been verbalising
they had been verbalising
Conditional
I would verbalise
you would verbalise
he/she/it would verbalise
we would verbalise
you would verbalise
they would verbalise
Past Conditional
I would have verbalised
you would have verbalised
he/she/it would have verbalised
we would have verbalised
you would have verbalised
they would have verbalised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.verbalise - be verbose; "This lawyer verbalizes and is rather tedious"
mouth, speak, talk, verbalise, verbalize, utter - express in speech; "She talks a lot of nonsense"; "This depressed patient does not verbalize"
2.verbalise - express in speech; "She talks a lot of nonsense"; "This depressed patient does not verbalize"
read - look at, interpret, and say out loud something that is written or printed; "The King will read the proclamation at noon"
communicate, intercommunicate - transmit thoughts or feelings; "He communicated his anxieties to the psychiatrist"
phonate, vocalise, vocalize - utter speech sounds
troll - speak or recite rapidly or in a rolling voice
begin - begin to speak or say; "Now listen, friends," he began
lip off, shoot one's mouth off - speak spontaneously and without restraint; "She always shoots her mouth off and says things she later regrets"
shout - utter in a loud voice; talk in a loud voice (usually denoting characteristic manner of speaking); "My grandmother is hard of hearing--you'll have to shout"
whisper - speak softly; in a low voice
peep - speak in a hesitant and high-pitched tone of voice
speak up - speak louder; raise one's voice; "The audience asked the lecturer to please speak up"
snap, snarl - utter in an angry, sharp, or abrupt tone; "The sales clerk snapped a reply at the angry customer"; "The guard snarled at us"
enthuse - utter with enthusiasm
speak in tongues - speak unintelligibly in or as if in religious ecstasy; "The parishioners spoke in tongues"
swallow - utter indistinctly; "She swallowed the last words of her speech"
verbalise, verbalize - be verbose; "This lawyer verbalizes and is rather tedious"
whiff - utter with a puff of air; "whiff out a prayer"
talk of, talk about - discuss or mention; "They spoke of many things"
blubber out, blubber - utter while crying
drone on, drone - talk in a monotonous voice
stammer, stutter, bumble, falter - speak haltingly; "The speaker faltered when he saw his opponent enter the room"
rasp - utter in a grating voice
blunder out, blurt, blurt out, ejaculate, blunder - utter impulsively; "He blurted out the secret"; "He blundered his stupid ideas"
inflect, modulate, tone - vary the pitch of one's speech
deliver, present - deliver (a speech, oration, or idea); "The commencement speaker presented a forceful speech that impressed the students"
generalise, generalize - speak or write in generalities
blabber, palaver, piffle, prate, prattle, tattle, tittle-tattle, twaddle, gabble, gibber, blab, clack, maunder, chatter - speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly
chatter - make noise as if chattering away; "The magpies were chattering in the trees"
rattle on, yack, yack away, yap away, jaw - talk incessantly and tiresomely
open up - talk freely and without inhibition
snivel, whine - talk in a tearful manner
murmur - speak softly or indistinctly; "She murmured softly to the baby in her arms"
mumble, mussitate, mutter, maunder - talk indistinctly; usually in a low voice
slur - utter indistinctly
bark - speak in an unfriendly tone; "She barked into the dictaphone"
bay - utter in deep prolonged tones
jabber, mouth off, rabbit on, rant, rave, spout - talk in a noisy, excited, or declamatory manner
siss, sizz, hiss, sibilate - express or utter with a hiss
cackle - talk or utter in a cackling manner; "The women cackled when they saw the movie star step out of the limousine"
babble - utter meaningless sounds, like a baby, or utter in an incoherent way; "The old man is only babbling--don't pay attention"
intone, tone, chant - utter monotonously and repetitively and rhythmically; "The students chanted the same slogan over and over again"
gulp - utter or make a noise, as when swallowing too quickly; "He gulped for help after choking on a big piece of meat"
sing - produce tones with the voice; "She was singing while she was cooking"; "My brother sings very well"
3.verbalise - articulateverbalise - articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise; "She expressed her anger"; "He uttered a curse"
blaspheme, curse, cuss, swear, imprecate - utter obscenities or profanities; "The drunken men were cursing loudly in the street"
wish - make or express a wish; "I wish that Christmas were over"
cry out, exclaim, call out, outcry, shout, cry - utter aloud; often with surprise, horror, or joy; "`I won!' he exclaimed"; "`Help!' she cried"; "`I'm here,' the mother shouted when she saw her child looking lost"
clamour, clamor - utter or proclaim insistently and noisily; "The delegates clamored their disappointment"
vociferate, shout out - utter in a very loud voice; "They vociferated their demands"
marvel - express astonishment or surprise about something
voice - give voice to; "He voiced his concern"
raise - cause to be heard or known; express or utter; "raise a shout"; "raise a protest"; "raise a sad cry"
breathe - utter or tell; "not breathe a word"
drop - utter with seeming casualness; "drop a hint"; drop names"
pour out - express without restraint; "The woman poured out her frustrations as the judge listened"
get off - deliver verbally; "He got off the best line I've heard in a long time"
platitudinize - utter platitudes; "The candidate platitudinized and bored the audience"
say - utter aloud; "She said `Hello' to everyone in the office"
represent - serve as a means of expressing something; "The flower represents a young girl"
say, state, tell - express in words; "He said that he wanted to marry her"; "tell me what is bothering you"; "state your opinion"; "state your name"
pooh-pooh - express contempt about
hurl, throw - utter with force; utter vehemently; "hurl insults"; "throw accusations at someone"
4.verbalise - convert into a verb; "many English nouns have become verbalized"
language, speech - the mental faculty or power of vocal communication; "language sets homo sapiens apart from all other animals"
convert - change the nature, purpose, or function of something; "convert lead into gold"; "convert hotels into jails"; "convert slaves to laborers"
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