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Nor are they taught to read poetry aloud in schools. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Last week viewers saw her fighting back tears as a letter from her mum was read out aloud. The Sun (2016)A delightful tale to read aloud with adorable characters. The Sun (2016) Saying aloud the name of my home for the first time since arriving in Australia was like opening a release valve. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The rhythmic text of this delightful tale is great for reading aloud. The Sun (2010)It was almost comforting to say it aloud. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Wulfgar threw back his head and laughed aloud. THE WOLF AND THE DOVEHe is coming towards the end of media commitments and beginning to think aloud. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We wonder aloud about how women pastors do ministry differently than men. Christianity Today (2000)He felt like laughing aloud just to see the life come back into her eyes. A Time of War (1993)Father and mother laughed aloud with delight. Daniel Deronda (1876)After some moments he laughed aloud and slowed until they rode side by side. THE WOLF AND THE DOVERemember to say his name aloud. Times, Sunday Times (2009)All at once she laughed aloud. A Time of War (1993)To enjoy it to the full, you need to hear it read aloud. Times, Sunday Times (2008)History has all the best stories, and the best histories are more compelling heard aloud. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It may well be true that he was ill-advised to think aloud as he did. Times, Sunday Times (2008)If granted time, politicians need to loosen their dreary discipline and think aloud. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I heard him say one thing quite aloud. The Secret Garden (1911)I wondered aloud to her how she managed to make people angry with her. Know Your Own Mind (1991)Already the Czechs are wondering aloud why any new treaty should be binding on nations that have not yet joined the euro. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Say them aloud, slowly, lovingly. 23 Steps to Successful Achievement (1972)He has more than 1,000 journals filed away but rarely read: they are just his way of thinking aloud. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Say that sentence aloud. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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British English: aloud /əˈlaʊd/ ADVERB
When you speak or read aloud, you speak so that other people can hear you.
When we were children, our father read aloud to us, usually after supper.
- American English: aloud
- Arabic: بِصَوْت مُرْتَفِع
- Brazilian Portuguese: em voz alta
- Chinese: 大声地
- Croatian: glasno
- Czech: nahlas
- Danish: højt
- Dutch: hardop
- European Spanish: en alto
- Finnish: ääneen
- French: à haute voix
- German: laut
- Greek: φωναχτά
- Italian: ad alta voce
- Japanese: 声を出して
- Korean: 소리 내어
- Norwegian: høyt
- Polish: na głos
- European Portuguese: em voz alta
- Romanian: tarevoce
- Russian: вслух
- Spanish: en alto
- Swedish: högt inte tyst
- Thai: อย่างดัง
- Turkish: yüksek sesle
- Ukrainian: вголос
- Vietnamese: thành tiếng
Definition of aloud from the Collins English Dictionary
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