Italian translation of 'speak up'
intransitive verb + adverb
- (raise voice)
parlare a voce altaspeak up!
parli più forte!
- (figurative) (also speak out)
parlare apertamentehe finally decided to speak out
alla fine si è deciso a parlareto speak out against sth
dichiararsi pubblicamente contrario (‑a) a qcto speak up for sb
parlare a favore di qn
Example Sentences Including 'speak up'
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`It's somewhat better, but I'll still need you to speak up for me to hear you clearly.THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN (2002)
Now if anybody wants anything more to eat, you'd better speak up.SOMETHING IN THE WATER
Florence had engendered in me a respect for all living things, especially those which couldn't speak up for themselves.TIME OF THE WOLF
Trends of 'speak up'
Used Occasionally. speak up is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'speak up' in Other Languages
British English: speak up /spiːk ʌp/ VERB
If you ask someone to speak up, you are asking them to speak more loudly.
I'm quite deaf – you'll have to speak up.
- American English: speak up
- Arabic: يُرْفِعُ صَوْت
- Brazilian Portuguese: falar alto
- Chinese: 大声地说
- Croatian: govoriti glasnije
- Czech: mluvit nahlas
- Danish: tale højt
- Dutch: harder spreken
- European Spanish: hablar en voz alta
- Finnish: puhua suoraan
- French: parler plus fort
- German: seine Meinung äußern
- Greek: μιλώ δυνατά
- Italian: parlare forte
- Japanese: 遠慮なく話す
- Korean: 크게 얘기하다
- Norwegian: snakke ut
- Polish: odezwać się
- European Portuguese: falar alto
- Romanian: a vorbi mai tare
- Russian: говорить громко и отчетливо
- Spanish: hablar más fuerte
- Swedish: tala högre
- Thai: พูดเสียงดัง
- Turkish: açıkça fikrini söylemek
- Ukrainian: говорити голосно і виразно
- Vietnamese: nói lớn tiếng
Translation of speak up from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary