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an·nun·ci·ate

 (ə-nŭn′sē-āt′)
tr.v. an·nun·ci·at·ed, an·nun·ci·at·ing, an·nun·ci·ates
To announce; proclaim: "They do not so properly affirm, as annunciate it" (Charles Lamb).

[Latin annūntiāre, annūntiāt-; see announce.]
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annunciate

(əˈnʌnsɪˌeɪt; -ʃɪ-)
vb
(tr) a less common word for announce
[C16: from annunciātus, Medieval Latin misspelling of annuntiātus, past participle of Latin annuntiāre; see announce]
anˌnunciˈation n
annunciative, annunciatory adj
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an•nun•ci•ate

(əˈnʌn siˌeɪt)

v.t. -at•ed, -at•ing.
to announce.
[1350–1400; < Latin annūntiātus, past participle of annūntiāre, announce]
an•nun′ci•a•ble, adj.
an•nun′ci•a`tive, an•nun′ci•a•to`ry, adj.
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annunciate


Past participle: annunciated
Gerund: annunciating

Imperative
annunciate
annunciate
Present
I annunciate
you annunciate
he/she/it annunciates
we annunciate
you annunciate
they annunciate
Preterite
I annunciated
you annunciated
he/she/it annunciated
we annunciated
you annunciated
they annunciated
Present Continuous
I am annunciating
you are annunciating
he/she/it is annunciating
we are annunciating
you are annunciating
they are annunciating
Present Perfect
I have annunciated
you have annunciated
he/she/it has annunciated
we have annunciated
you have annunciated
they have annunciated
Past Continuous
I was annunciating
you were annunciating
he/she/it was annunciating
we were annunciating
you were annunciating
they were annunciating
Past Perfect
I had annunciated
you had annunciated
he/she/it had annunciated
we had annunciated
you had annunciated
they had annunciated
Future
I will annunciate
you will annunciate
he/she/it will annunciate
we will annunciate
you will annunciate
they will annunciate
Future Perfect
I will have annunciated
you will have annunciated
he/she/it will have annunciated
we will have annunciated
you will have annunciated
they will have annunciated
Future Continuous
I will be annunciating
you will be annunciating
he/she/it will be annunciating
we will be annunciating
you will be annunciating
they will be annunciating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been annunciating
you have been annunciating
he/she/it has been annunciating
we have been annunciating
you have been annunciating
they have been annunciating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been annunciating
you will have been annunciating
he/she/it will have been annunciating
we will have been annunciating
you will have been annunciating
they will have been annunciating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been annunciating
you had been annunciating
he/she/it had been annunciating
we had been annunciating
you had been annunciating
they had been annunciating
Conditional
I would annunciate
you would annunciate
he/she/it would annunciate
we would annunciate
you would annunciate
they would annunciate
Past Conditional
I would have annunciated
you would have annunciated
he/she/it would have annunciated
we would have annunciated
you would have annunciated
they would have annunciated
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.annunciate - foreshadow or presageannunciate - foreshadow or presage    
tell - let something be known; "Tell them that you will be late"
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annunciate

verb
To bring to public notice or make known publicly:
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