Tesauro Inglês

Sinônimos de express

(verbo) 
Definition
to state (an idea or feeling) in words
He expressed grave concern at their attitude.
Sinônimos
state
Clearly state your address and telephone number.
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articulate
He failed to articulate an overall vision.
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say
I hope you didn't say anything about me.
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put
To put it bluntly, he just doesn't care.
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word
If I had written the letter, I might have worded it differently.
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speak
The very act of speaking the words gave him comfort.
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voice
Scientists have voiced concern that the disease could be passed to humans.
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declare
He declared his intention to become the best golfer in the world.
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phrase
The speech was carefully phrased.
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assert
We assert that the bill violates the First Amendment.
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pronounce
Have I pronounced your name correctly?
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utter
They departed without uttering a word.
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couch
This time the proposal was couched as an ultimatum.
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put across
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enunciate
She enunciated each word slowly and carefully.
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put into words
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give voice to
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verbalize
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asseverate (formal)
(verbo) 
Definition
to show (an idea or feeling)
He expressed his anger in a destructive way.
Sinônimos
show
She had enough time to show her gratitude.
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indicate
The survey indicated that most old people are independent.
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exhibit
He has exhibited signs of anxiety and stress.
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demonstrate
You have to demonstrate that you are reliable.
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reveal
A grey carpet was removed to reveal the pine floor.
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disclose
clapboard façades that revolve to disclose snug interiors
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convey
I tried to convey the wonder of the experience to my husband.
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testify to
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manifest
He's only convincing when that inner fury manifests itself.
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embody
Jack Kennedy embodied all the hopes of the 1960s.
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signify
The two approaches signified a sharp difference between the men.
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denote
Red eyes denote strain and fatigue.
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divulge
He was charged with divulging state secrets.
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bespeak
Her arrogant expression bespeaks a desire to become queen of all she surveys.
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make known
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evince (formal)
He had never, hitherto, evinced any particular interest in economic matters.
(verbo) 
Definition
to squeeze out (juice, etc.)
Sinônimos
squeeze out
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extract
Citric acid can be extracted from the juice of oranges.
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force out
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press out
(adjectivo) 
Definition
explicitly stated
I was warned not to leave my post without express orders.
Sinônimos
explicit
He left explicit instructions on how to set the alarm.
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clear
It was a clear case of mistaken identity.
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direct
We deny there is any direct connection between the two cases.
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precise
We will never know the precise details of his death.
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certain
He has to pay a certain sum in child support every month.
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plain
It was plain to me that he was lying.
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accurate
a more accurate description of the terrain
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exact
I can't remember the exact words he used.
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distinct
There was a distinct change in her attitude.
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definite
It's too soon to give a definite answer.
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outright
She failed to win an outright victory.
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unambiguous
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categorical
He issued a categorical denial of all the charges.
(adjectivo) 
Definition
deliberate and specific
I bought the camera with the express purpose of taking nature photos.
Sinônimos
specific
the specific needs of the individual
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exclusive
We have exclusive use of a 60-foot boat.
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particular
What particular aspects of the job are you interested in?
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sole
Their sole aim is to enjoy life.
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special
It requires a very special brand of courage to fight dictators.
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clear-cut
She won a clear-cut victory in yesterday's election.
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especial
This was Jim's especial foible.
(adjectivo) 
Definition
of or for rapid transportation of people, mail, etc.
A special express service is available.
Sinônimos
fast
She walked at a fast pace.
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quick
Europe has moved a long way at a quick pace.
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rapid
the country's rapid economic growth
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prompt
an inflammation of the eyeball which needs prompt treatment
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swift
a swift runner
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high-speed
It takes a mile and a half to stop a high-speed train.
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speedy
We wish Bill a speedy recovery.
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quickie (informal)
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nonstop
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expeditious
the efficient and expeditious way in which he has conducted this business

Sinônimos adicionais

in the sense of accurate
a more accurate description of the terrain
in the sense of articulate
Definition
to express coherently in words
He failed to articulate an overall vision.
Sinônimos
say,
put across,
put into words,
verbalize,
asseverate (formal)
in the sense of assert
Definition
to state or declare
We assert that the bill violates the First Amendment.

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