speech

speech
[spiːʧ]
сущ.
1) речь; речевая деятельность

speech act лингв. — речевой акт

direct / reported speech лингв. — прямая, косвенная речь

faculty / power of speech — дар речи, способность говорить

speech recognition информ. — распознавание речи

speech underdevelopment — недоразвитие речи

speech abnormality — дефект речи

I lost my power of speech. — Я потерял дар речи.

2) разговор, беседа
Syn:
3) речь; выступление; обращение

to ad-lib / improvise a speech — произносить импровизированную, неподготовленную речь

to deliver / make / give a speech about / on smth. — произносить речь на какую-л. тему

to broadcast smb.'s speech — транслировать чью-л. речь (по радио, телевидению)

His speech was broadcast on national radio. — Его речь транслировалась по национальному радио.

- boring speech
- brief speech
- short speech
- concession speech
- farewell speech
- impromptu speech
- inaugural speech
- keynote speech
- King's speech
- Queen's speech
- long speech
- long-winded speech
- passionate speech
- rambling speech
- rousing speech
- stirring speech
- set speech
- unrehearsed speech
- welcoming speech
Syn:
4) речь, манера говорить; выговор, произношение

scamping speech — речь с пропусками согласных или слогов

He is foreigner by his speech. — Судя по произношению, он иностранец.

fluent speech — беглая речь

nasal speech — гнусавый голос

slowed speech — замедленная речь

5)
а) язык

one's native speech — родная речь, родной язык кого-л.

б) диалект, говор
6) театр. реплика; монолог
7) информ. речевой сигнал
Gram:
[ref dict="LingvoGrammar (En-Ru)"]Direct and indirect speech[/ref]
[ref dict="LingvoGrammar (En-Ru)"]Speech situations[/ref]
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freedom of speech — свобода слова


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  • speech — /speech/, n. 1. the faculty or power of speaking; oral communication; ability to express one s thoughts and emotions by speech sounds and gesture: Losing her speech made her feel isolated from humanity. 2. the act of speaking: He expresses… …   Universalium

  • Speech — refers to the processes associated with the production and perception of sounds used in spoken language. A number of academic disciplines study speech and speech sounds, including acoustics, psychology, speech pathology, linguistics, cognitive… …   Wikipedia

  • speech — [ spitʃ ] n. m. • 1829; mot angl. ♦ Vieilli Petite allocution de circonstance, notamment en réponse à un toast. ⇒ discours; fam. laïus, topo. Il y eut quelques speechs (ou speeches) amusants. « en mourant, tous les hommes célèbres font un dernier …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • speech — W2S2 [spi:tʃ] n [: Old English; Origin: sprAc, spAc] 1.) a talk, especially a formal one about a particular subject, given to a group of people ▪ a campaign speech give/make/deliver a speech ▪ Each child had to give a short speech to the rest of… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • speech — [ spitʃ ] noun *** 1. ) count a formal occasion when someone speaks to an audience: He began his speech by outlining his plans for the coming year. make/give/deliver a speech: The queen made a wonderful speech in reply. a ) the words that someone …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Speech — Speech, n. [OE. speche, AS. sp?c, spr?, fr. specan, sprecan, to speak; akin to D. spraak speech, OHG. spr[=a]hha, G. sprache, Sw. spr?k, Dan. sprog. See {Speak}.] 1. The faculty of uttering articulate sounds or words; the faculty of expressing… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • speech — speech; speech·ful; speech·ifi·ca·tion; speech·ifi·er; speech·ify; speech·less; speech·less·ly; speech·less·ness; speech·ful·ness; …   English syllables

  • speech — [spēch] n. [ME speche < OE spæc, spræc < base of sprecan, to speak: see SPEAK] 1. the act of speaking; expression or communication of thoughts and feelings by spoken words 2. the power or ability to speak 3. the manner of speaking [her… …   English World dictionary

  • speech — n: words or conduct used to communicate or express a thought: expression see also commercial speech, freedom of speech, free speech …   Law dictionary

  • speech — 1 *language, tongue, dialect, idiom 2 Speech, address, oration, harangue, lecture, talk, sermon, homily designate a discourse delivered to an audience. Speech can apply to a public discourse irrespective of its quality or its degree of… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Speech — 〈[ spi:tʃ] f.; , es〉 Rede, Ansprache [engl., „Sprache, Rede“; zu speak „sprechen“] * * * Speech [spi:t̮ʃ], der; es, e u. es u. die; , e u. es […ɪs] [engl. speech] (selten): Rede, Ansprache: einen kleinen/eine kleine S. halten. * * * Speech… …   Universal-Lexikon


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