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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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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.
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.
But Ms Douglas's decision to take responsibility for something that happened "on her watch" and her willingness to stand in the line of fire speaks volumes for her leadership qualities - something that can't be said of some of her more senior colleagues.
Her resolute and strong, but shallow, characters play off of the real figures of Irish history in a way that speaks volumes for Llywelyn's historical knowledge.
EMC's participation in this program speaks volumes for the combined value EMC and McDATA continue to deliver our mutual customers.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then this book speaks volumes.
The editorial you've written speaks volumes on education, building practices and entanglement prevention.
Molko's fragile plea "please don't die" speaks volumes.
The furor over the flesh speaks volumes about the progress of freedom of expression in Chile.
Radiation from such a star speaks volumes about its girth.
Daniels speaks volumes when she transforms this epithet into a compliment.
His clients depend on his knowledge and expertise to handle their most important assets, and the trust and confidence they have in him speaks volumes about his character.
Lane's Whiteside is literally a bitch on wheels who has a soft spot in his heart for paroled convicts and choirboys, and Byron Jennings plays Beverly with a suave narcissism that speaks volumes.