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The meaning of Articulating

Articulating – definition


Pronounce (something) clearly and distinctly.

Usage examples:

He articulated each word with precision

Form a joint.

Usage examples:

The mandible is a solid piece articulating with the head

Having or showing the ability to speak fluently and coherently.

Usage examples:

An articulate account of their experiences

Having joints or jointed segments.

Usage examples:

Delicate articulate plants with a slender central stem

Present participle of articulate

Usage examples:

I found myself unable to articulate my feelings., many people are opposed to the new law, but have …

Articulating translation into English

Articulating: translate from English into Chinese

Translate articulating into Chinese (Simplified)}
铰接式, 说出, 挂钩, 咬, 明白地说

Articulating: translate from English into Dutch

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Articuleren, Duidelijk uitspreken

Articulating: translate from English into French

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Articulé, Articuler, Exprimer clairement

Articulating: translate from English into German

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Artikulieren, Klar ausdrücken, Akzentuieren, Formen

Articulating: translate from English into Hindi

Translate articulating into Hindi}
अभिव्यक्त, साफ़ साफ़ बोलना

Articulating: translate from English into Italian

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Articolare, Scandire, Pronunciare distintamente

Articulating: translate from English into Korean

Translate articulating into Korean}
명료하게, 똑똑히 발음하다, 또렷하게 발음하다, 관절로 잇다, 또렷또렷 발음하다, 조음하다

Articulating: translate from English into Russian

Translate articulating into Russian}
Сочленение, Артикулировать, Выговорить, Произносить, Ясно выражать, Соединять, Связывать, Соединяться, Отчетливо произносить

Articulating: translate from English into Spanish

Translate articulating into Spanish}
Articulando, Articular, Expresar

Word origin

mid 16th century: from Latin articulatus, past participle of articulare ‘divide into joints, utter distinctly’, from articulus ‘small connecting part’ (see article).

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