Definition of 'respond'
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A press office had been established, staffed by four linguists who were helping to respond to media enquiries from all over the world. FINAL RESORT (2002)It's usually a name with some association, something that's easier to respond to. MURDER SONG (2002)There was an email message from Julian reminding her tactfully that they needed to respond to the American offer. LOST SUMMER (2002)
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Translations for 'respond'
British English: respond /rɪˈspɒnd/ VERB
When you respond to something that is done or said, you react by doing or saying something.
She did not respond to the questions.
- American English: respond
- Arabic: يَسْتَجِيبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: responder
- Chinese: 回答
- Croatian: odgovoriti
- Czech: reagovat
- Danish: svare
- Dutch: antwoorden
- European Spanish: responder
- Finnish: vastata
- French: réagir
- German: antworten
- Greek: ανταποκρίνομαι
- Italian: rispondere
- Japanese: 返答する
- Korean: 응답하다
- Norwegian: svare
- Polish: odpowiedzieć
- European Portuguese: responder
- Romanian: a răspunde
- Russian: отвечать
- Spanish: responder
- Swedish: svara
- Thai: ตอบ
- Turkish: karşılık vermek
- Ukrainian: відповідати
- Vietnamese: trả lời
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