Definition of 'narrate'
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However, the present does not narrate and the past to tell its story must revert to the past. A DEATH IN THE FAMILY (2002)
Not that Sibyl could watch them, she was blind, but she liked to listen sometimes, and Nan would narrate what was happening. KISSCUT (2002)
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Used Occasionally. narrate is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'narrate'
British English: narrate VERB
If you narrate a story, you tell it from your own point of view.
The three of them narrate the same events from three perspectives.
Definition of narrate from the Collins English Dictionary
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