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out loud

adv.
Loud enough to be heard; aloud: read the poem out loud.
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Adv.1.out loud - using the voiceout loud - using the voice; not silently; "please read the passage aloud"; "he laughed out loud"
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Translations
à voix haute
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Listen to Frank Sinatra's My Way and sing-along; out loud.
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Don't miss the opportunity to dive back in - you'll laugh out loud, loot to your heart's content and realise that, when it's all over, you'd be happy to go back and do it all again.
Don't miss the opportunity to dive back in - you'll laugh out loud and loot to your heart's content.
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When I said Steven Mott, the election worker flatly stated, out loud, "You're not Steven." Not only did the process result in someone denying my identity, it outed me to everyone in the room.
Read out loud about the tree soaring into the clouds or the shrubs struggling to push through the snow, then bolt 50 feet to the next sign, scrape off the snow and share out loud more interesting stuff.
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