aloud


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aloud

spoken in a normal tone and volume; vocally: Read the story aloud.
Not to be confused with:
allowed – permitted; given as one’s share: The host is allowed ten percent of the entrance fee.

aloud

with the normal tone of a speaking voice; vocally: He read aloud in class.
Not to be confused with:
allowed – permitted: The children were allowed to leave early.; admitted; acknowledged; conceded: He allowed that he had made a mistake.

a·loud

 (ə-loud′)
adv.
1. With use of the voice; orally: Read this passage aloud.
2. In a loud tone; loudly: crying aloud for help.

aloud

(əˈlaʊd)
adv, adj (postpositive)
1. in a normal voice; not in a whisper
2. in a spoken voice; not silently
3. archaic in a loud voice

a•loud

(əˈlaʊd)

adv.
1. in the normal tone and volume of the speaking voice.
2. vocally, as distinguished from mentally: to read a book aloud.
3. in a loud voice; loudly: to cry aloud.
[1325–75]

aloud

loudly
1. 'aloud'

If you say something aloud, you say it so that other people can hear you.

'Where are we?' Alex wondered aloud.

If you read aloud a piece of writing, you say the words so that people can hear what has been written.

She read aloud to us from the newspaper.
2. 'loudly'

If you do something loudly, you make a lot of noise when you do it.

The audience laughed loudly.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.aloud - using the voicealoud - using the voice; not silently; "please read the passage aloud"; "he laughed out loud"
2.aloud - with relatively high volumealoud - with relatively high volume; "the band played loudly"; "she spoke loudly and angrily"; "he spoke loud enough for those at the back of the room to hear him"; "cried aloud for help"

aloud

adverb out loud, clearly, plainly, distinctly, audibly, intelligibly `The idiot,' she said aloud.
Translations
nahlas
højt
ääneen
à haute voixà voix haute
glasno
upphátt
声を出して
소리 내어
garsiai
skaļā balsīskaļi
glasno
högt
อย่างดัง
thành tiếng

aloud

[əˈlaʊd] ADVen voz alta
to think aloudpensar en voz alta

aloud

[əˈlaʊd] adv [read, say] → à haute voix
He read the poem aloud → Il a lu le poème à haute voix.
to think aloud → penser tout haut
to wonder aloud → se demander tout haut

aloud

advlaut

aloud

[əˈlaʊd] advad alta voce, a voce alta

aloud

(əˈlaud) adverb
so as can be heard. He read the letter aloud.

aloud

بِصَوْت مُرْتَفِع nahlas højt laut φωναχτά en alto ääneen à haute voix glasno ad alta voce 声を出して 소리 내어 hardop høyt na głos em voz alta вслух högt อย่างดัง yüksek sesle thành tiếng 大声地

aloud

adv. en voz alta;
to speak ___hablar recio.
References in classic literature ?
One morning thereafter a new thing came to pass in the royal kraal, for the king himself ran out, crying aloud to all people to come and see the evil that had been worked upon him by a wizard.
Look too, at my feathers-- they are not the least like those of a Crane." The Farmer laughed aloud and said, "It may be all as you say, I only know this: I have taken you with these robbers, the Cranes, and you must die in their company."
"Il ne faut pas faire mal a Pauline." She was saying it aloud --"faire mal a Pauline."
ah!" murmured the musketeer, aside; "that is, I am boring you, my friend." Then aloud, "Well, then, let us leave; I have no further business here, and if you are as disengaged as I, Aramis - "
At this speech many of the band shook their heads, and said to themselves, "Now the Sheriff will think that we are cowards, and folk will scoff throughout the countryside, saying that we fear to meet these men." But they said nothing aloud, swallowing their words and doing as Robin bade them.
He read his fragments aloud. The metre marched along on perfect feet, and the rhyme pounded a longer and equally faultless rhythm, but the glow and high exaltation that he felt within were lacking.
"What do I mean, angel of 'humid light,'" answered Tom, aloud; "I mean all I say, and lots of feeling besides.
"MAIS OUI," he said, and D'Arnot laughed aloud to hear the phrase that he used so often glide from Tarzan's tongue.
"I must have been a long time in hospital," he said aloud. "Why, what a fool I am!
Amalia Ivanovna!" she addressed her suddenly, almost aloud, "if your spoons should happen to be stolen, I won't be responsible, I warn you!
The jibs behind me cracked aloud, the rudder slammed to, the whole ship gave a sickening heave and shudder, and at the same moment the main-boom swung inboard, the sheet groaning in the blocks, and showed me the lee after-deck.
He took this as a sign of approval and a confirmation of his thoughts, and after a few minutes' reflection continued to think aloud.