German translation of 'pronounce'
1. [word etc] aussprechen
I find Russian hard to pronounce ich finde die russische Aussprache schwierig
2. (= declare) erklären für
the doctors pronounced him unfit for work die Ärzte erklärten ihn für arbeitsunfähig
to pronounce oneself in favour of/against sth sich für/gegen etw aussprechen
to pronounce sentence das Urteil verkünden
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Example Sentences Including 'pronounce'
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She checked to see if that was possibly one way to pronounce "Helsinki" before showing me the answer.Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook (1995)
Out on the street again, Mir pronounced his verdict.KANDAHAR COCKNEY: A Tale of Two Worlds (2004)
The men gasped as the foreman of the jury at Southwark crown court pronounced the verdicts.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
They loved his humour, his way of pronouncing foreign names, his indomitable courage.The Search for Justice - a history of Britain and the British people Volume III (1990)
We told them a doctor had pronounced the man dead.TUNNEL VISIONS: Journeys of an Underground Philosopher (2001)
He was actually pronounced dead one time.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
He was right to pronounce the death of multiculturalism as a political ideology.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Mandarin is built from four vowel tones that have to be pronounced correctly.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The move away from spare wheels is now so pronounced that some car makers have spotted an opportunity.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
We should try to pronounce in the way of our family and friends; and writing with the best.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
And he's one of the easy ones to pronounce.The Sun (2014)
But at least in Scotland they can pronounce his name correctly.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The changes have not occurred overnight, but they are now so pronounced that it almost feels like a different club.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Economists expect the oil price impact to be more pronounced now.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
In his class no one could pronounce his name.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
My constituents know me and the court of public opinion there pronounced.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
The death was pronounced an accident.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The man was pronounced dead at the scene by ambulance crews.The Sun (2014)
The posters emphasised that the judges who had pronounced the death sentences were themselves Uighurs.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The pricey firm that does my curtains took one look and pronounced my upholstery too old and worn-out to survive its processes.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
The unnamed man was pronounced dead at the scene after dozens of firefighters battled the blaze.The Sun (2013)
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'pronounce' in Other Languages
British English: pronounce /prəˈnaʊns/ VERB
To pronounce a word means to say it.
He pronounced the word 'facts' as if it were 'fax'.
- American English: pronounce
- Arabic: يَنْطِق
- Brazilian Portuguese: pronunciar
- Chinese: 发音
- Croatian: izgovarati
- Czech: vyslovit
- Danish: udtale
- Dutch: uitspreken verwoorden
- European Spanish: pronunciar
- Finnish: ääntää
- French: prononcer
- German: aussprechen
- Greek: προφέρω
- Italian: pronunciare
- Japanese: 発音する
- Korean: 발음하다
- Norwegian: uttale
- Polish: wypowiedzieć
- European Portuguese: pronunciar
- Romanian: a pronunța
- Russian: произносить
- Spanish: pronunciar
- Swedish: uttala
- Thai: ออกเสียง
- Turkish: telaffuz etmek
- Ukrainian: проголошувати
- Vietnamese: phát âm
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