Definição de 'articulate'

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You were always articulate, you've seen a lot of the world. NULL DARE CALL IT TREASON (2001)Ricarda Mommsen died about twenty minutes later without saying anything else articulate. Hilton, John Buxton PASSION IN THE PEAK (2001)But her own beliefs ran too deep to be overturned by a priest, no matter how clever or articulate. Jennifer Fallon TREASON KEEP (2001)

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Traduções de articulate

Inglês Britânico: articulate ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as articulate, you mean that they are able to express their thoughts and ideas easily and well.
She is an articulate young woman.
  • Inglês Americano: articulate
  • Português Brasileiro: articulado
  • Chinês: 善表达的
  • Espanhol Europeu: que se expresa bien
  • Francês: qui s'exprime bien
  • Alemão: redegewandt
  • Italiano: che si esprime bene
  • Japonês: 優れた表現力のある
  • Coreano: 분명한
  • Português Europeu: articulado
  • Espanhol: que se expresa bien
Inglês Britânico: articulate VERB
When you articulate your ideas or feelings, you express them clearly in words.
The president has been accused of failing to articulate an overall vision in foreign affairs.


Definição de articulate do Collins Dicionário Inglês
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