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Synonyms for speak

talk

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converse

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lecture

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deal with

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speak for something or someone: represent

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  • represent
  • act for or on behalf of
  • appear for
  • hold a brief for
  • hold a mandate for

speak for something or someone: support

speak out or up: speak publicly

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  • speak publicly
  • have your say
  • speak your mind
  • sound off
  • stand up and be counted
  • speak openly
  • speak frankly
  • make your position plain

speak out or up: speak loudly

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  • speak loudly
  • raise your voice
  • make yourself heard
  • say it loud and clear

speak to someone: address

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to engage in spoken exchange

to direct speech to

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to express oneself in speech

to talk to an audience formally

speak for: to serve as an official delegate of

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"The way he played against them and then against us in the RDS, it speaks volumes for him."
Michael Keane was linked with some big clubs but that he chose us, again, speaks volumes. It is a massive tick in the box when a player buys into what the coach and club are trying to achieve.
He said: "It helps you remember there's more to life than football when you meet people like Carolynne and Freya but they had smiles on their faces and that speaks volumes for them."
"It speaks volumes for Stale and about the way we are developing our football club from top to bottom and from side to side.
I often read letters from the public bemoaning the outrageous amounts most of our Labour councillors are claiming and their silence on this also speaks volumes.
That the Range Rover was launched nine years ago yet remains a benchmark speaks volumes for the brilliance of its design - and for the taste of the people who voted for it."
If the 2000s were the decade with no name, the very phrase "the '60s" speaks volumes, and even emits an odor--the pungent aroma of burning marijuana.
This case speaks volumes about a society that holds women in such contempt - why do these men fear them so much?
Paul Coleman, marketing director at Carmony.co.uk, said: "Colour speaks volumes about a driver's personality.
Thought for the week The reaction by connections of the placed horses in the July Stakes, with Tom Dascombe having the Middle Park as a long-range target for Orpen Grey and the Barry Hills-trained Red Jazz heading for the Richmond Stakes, speaks volumes about the winner Arcano - a possible for the Prix Morny.
Their resilience speaks volumes for their character - as does their compassionate hope that their attacker will learn the error of his ways..
Principal Elizabeth McConnell said: "I think that for us to receive such as excellent report within the first week of a new school year speaks volumes for the expertise of the staff.
Not only is the content topnotch, but the NON-content speaks volumes, as well.
Though it's science fiction of the future, the story speaks volumes about our current drug-crazed times.
The accolade speaks volumes, not just about the individual achievements of the children, but about the whole culture and attitude created at the school by its head teacher Pat Thompson and her staff.