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Synonyms for Tell

inform

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reveal

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have or take effect

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assure

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tell on someone

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  • inform on
  • shop
  • give someone away
  • denounce
  • split on
  • grass on
  • sell someone out
  • stab someone in the back
  • tell tales on

tell someone off

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tell something apart

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  • differentiate between
  • distinguish between
  • discriminate between
  • make a distinction between
  • separate
  • set apart

Synonyms for Tell

to give a verbal account of

to recognize as being different

to note (items) one by one so as to get a total

tell off: to reprimand loudly or harshly

Synonyms for Tell

a Swiss patriot who lived in the early 14th century and who was renowned for his skill as an archer

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narrate or give a detailed account of

give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority

discern or comprehend

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inform positively and with certainty and confidence

References in periodicals archive ?
Se han encontrado tales tumbas con sus camaras subterraneas en Kish, Ashur y Alaca Huyuk en Anatolia.
He turned into the town's Kings Avenue in his car but had to stop because Huyuk was standing next to his own vehicle with the driver's door open.
Dentro de esta epoca pre - hitita destaca el sitio de Alaca Huyuk, que muestra tumulos funerarios que contienen influencias propias del Caucaso.
Elsewhere in the volume the author summarizes the tales of the Dorak Treasure, a hoard to he considered a forgery of artifacts and provenience, and the forgeries of the Catal Huyuk frescoes.
Some of the oldest urban archeological evidence of resource recovery comes from the late Stone Age city of Catal Huyuk, in central Turkey.
Her discussions of the work of Marija Gimbutas, of the archaeological sites at Catal Huyuk and Knossos, and of the quasi-scholarship promoted in college courses with titles like "Reclaiming the Goddess" and "The Goddess and the Matriarchy Controversy" are apt, and generally well-documented.
STAG in copper, gold, and silver, late third millennium B.C., Alaca Huyuk Royal Tombs, Turkey
Echoing this tension, the large aluminum and steel sculptures were relatively flat, suggesting tables (Peach Bottom, 1991) or walls (the "Chatal Huyuk" series, 1999).
Ancient home altars from the Neolithic period were also excavated from sites at Catal Huyuk and Hacilar in Turkey that date back to between 8000 and 6000 BC.
Similarly, when studying archaeology as an undergraduate student, I was drawn to the early civilizations of the Near East - Sumer, Akkad, Assyria, the Hittites, Catal Huyuk, Mohenjodaro, pre-dynastic Egypt and so on (see Cotterell, 1988).
El arte de la cartografia es muy antiguo, pues el primer mapa que conocemos data del septimo milenio antes de Cristo y corresponde a la ciudad de Catal Huyuk, hoy Turquia.
Demokratik rejimleri ele altrsak, bu rejimler ne kadar demokratik olursa olsunlar, siyasal gelisimleri bakimindan huyuk farklilik gosteririler.
(42) In Goddesses and the Divine Feminine: A Western Religious History, feminist theologian Rosemary Radford Ruether criticizes the theory, prevalent in feminist archaeology, religious studies, and theology, that European kyriarchy resulted from a series of invasions from the north that swept over matriarchal, egalitarian, and pacifistic culture centered on ancient cities like Catal Huyuk and the Minoan civilization of Crete.
Some early Neolithic farming settlements, such as Jericho on the West Bank and Catal Huyuk in Anatolia, went on to become very substantial indeed, and are considered to be the forerunners of the first cities to emerge in the Fertile Crescent, around 4000 BC.
1 In 1927, von der Osten identified this site as "the huyuk west of Kuchuk Kochne" (von der Osten and Schmidt 1930: 37, 39, fig.