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voiced

 (voist)
adj.
1. Having a voice or a specified kind of voice. Often used in combination: harsh-voiced.
2. Linguistics Uttered with vibration of the vocal cords, as the sounds (b) and (d).

voiced′ness (voist′nĭs, voi′sĭd-) n.

voiced

(vɔɪst)
adj
1. declared or expressed by the voice
2. (in combination) having a voice as specified: loud-voiced.
3. (Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics articulated with accompanying vibration of the vocal cords: in English (b) is a voiced consonant. Compare voiceless

voiced

(vɔɪst)

adj.
1. having a voice of a specified kind (usu. used in combination): shrill-voiced.
2. expressed vocally: his voiced opinion.
3. (of a speech sound) pronounced with vibration of the vocal cords, as the consonants (b), (v), and (n).
[1590–1600]
voic′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.voiced - produced with vibration of the vocal cords; "a frequently voiced opinion"; "voiced consonants such as `b' and `g' and `z'";
surd, unvoiced, voiceless, hard - produced without vibration of the vocal cords; "unvoiced consonants such as `p' and `k' and `s'"

voiced

adjective
Produced by the voice:
Translations
مَسْموع
znělý
soinnillinen
sonorevoisé
zöngés
raddaîur
znelý
yumuşak ünsüz

voiced

[vɔɪst] ADJ (Phon) [consonant] → sonoro

voiced

adj (Phon) → stimmhaft

voice

(vois) noun
1. the sounds from the mouth made in speaking or singing. He has a very deep voice; He spoke in a quiet/loud/angry/kind voice.
2. the voice regarded as the means of expressing opinion. The voice of the people should not be ignored; the voice of reason/conscience.
verb
1. to express (feelings etc). He voiced the discontent of the whole group.
2. to produce the sound of (especially a consonant) with a vibration of the vocal cords as well as with the breath. `Th' should be voiced in `this' but not in `think'.
voiced adjective
(negative unvoiced).
ˈvoiceless adjective
voice mail noun
a system that stores telephone messages for subscribers to this service.
be in good voice
to have one's voice in good condition for singing or speaking. The choir was in good voice tonight.
lose one's voice
to be unable to speak eg because of having a cold, sore throat etc. When I had 'flu I lost my voice for three days.
raise one's voice
to speak more loudly than normal especially in anger. I don't want to have to raise my voice to you again.

voiced

a. dicho-a, expresado-a; producido-a por la voz.