italiano traducción de speak
Formas de la palabra:past tense spoke, past participle spoken
she speaks Italian
- (words, lines)
parla italianodo you speak English?
parli inglese?to speak the truth
dire la veritàto speak one's mind
dire quello che si pensa
- (words, lines)
parlareto speak to sb
parlare a qn(converse with)
parlare con qnhave you spoken to him?
gli hai parlato?I spoke to her yesterday
le ho parlato ieriI'll speak to him about it (problem, idea)
gliene parlerò(his lateness etc)
glielo farò presenteto speak about (or on or of) sth
parlare di qcto speak in a whisper
bisbigliarethey haven't spoken to each other since they quarrelled
da quando hanno litigato non si rivolgono la parolato speak at a conference/in a debate
intervenire or prendere la parola ad una conferenza/in un dibattitohe's very well spoken of
tutti ne parlano beneI don't know him to speak to
lo conosco solo di vistaso to speak
per così direit's nothing to speak of
non è niente di specialehe has no money to speak of
non si può proprio dire che sia riccospeaking of holidays
a proposito di vacanzeroughly speaking
grosso modospeaking for myself
per quel che mi riguardaspeaking as a student myself, I ...
in qualità di studente, io...generally speaking
sono io!this is Peter speaking
sono Petercould I speak to Alison? - speaking!
posso parlare con Alison? - sono io!who's speaking?
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Here is the language real people speak.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
She burst into tears and said she hadn't spoken to her mother for three years.The Sun (2008)
She is still not really speaking to me.The Sun (2014)
She says: 'I speak up at work and have a voice.The Sun (2013)
There are a few who speak out about the risks to future generations.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
We speak to people in the same way.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
He speaks their language with a fluency matched only by the texture of his strokes.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
He understands that people are different, knows how to speak to each player individually.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Who have you been speaking to who says I'm neurotic?Times, Sunday Times (2006)
At that time houses still spoke with local accents.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
He spoke out after talks with oil giants aimed at lowering the price of fuel.The Sun (2008)
How are they supposed to make it in the outside world if they leave school not knowing how to speak properly?Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Many athletes have spoken about the physical demands that training makes on them.The Sun (2012)
This must surely speak of something significant.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
We had spoken about something like this happening only recently.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
We must make the gospel speak to our day.Christianity Today (2000)
Make sure in both instances you do not speak to or make eye contact with the dog.THE DOG LISTENER: Learning the Language of your Best Friend (2002)
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Inglés británico: speak /spiːk/ VERB
When you speak, you use your voice in order to say something.
He tried to speak, but she interrupted him.
Then I spoke these words.
- Inglés americano: speak
- Árabe: يَتَكَلَّمُ
- Portugués brasileño: falar
- Chino: 发言
- Croata: govoriti
- Checo: mluvit
- Danés: tale
- Holandés: spreken
- Español europeo: hablar
- Finlandés: puhua
- Francés: parler
- Alemán: sprechen
- Griego: μιλώ
- Italiano: parlare
- Japonés: 話す
- Coreano: 말하다
- Noruego: snakke
- Polaco: powiedzieć
- Portugués: falar
- Rumano: a vorbi
- Ruso: говорить
- Español: hablar
- Sueco: tala
- Tailandés: พูด
- Turco: konuşmak
- Ucraniano: говорити
- Vietnamita: nói
Traducción de speak de la Collins Inglés a Italiano
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