respeak

respeak

(riːˈspiːk)
vb, -speaks, -speaking, -spoke or -spoken
to speak or say (something) againto echo
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God chose to give words to all the people but can choose to respeak and give new words in the future.
1605) of Miguel de Cervantes-no, not replay, recompose, or respeak the work but rather-produce the work, "the Quixote itself ...
We don't have photographic memories: It is easier to rework a written text than to "respeak" a VIVO recording because the mind can rely on text to preserve details rather than having to remember them.
I have always thought Bop language - Ooo shoobie doobie oop ooo OO shoobie doobie oo oop, for instance - was an attempt to respeak African language still glued in our consciousness, with our history and the syntax of African American language and culture.
a technique in which a person listens to the original sound of a live programme or event and respeaks it, including punctuation marks and some specific features for the deaf and hard-of-hearing audience, to a speech recognition software, which turns the recognized utterances into subtitles displayed on the screen with the shortest possible delay (Romero-Fresco, 2011, p.