respeak

respeak

(riːˈspiːk)
vb, -speaks, -speaking, -spoke or -spoken
to speak or say (something) againto echo
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Work on the record is done using speech recognition (respeak) and keyboard and mouse.
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.