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Detailed Synonyms for narration in English

narration:

narration [the ~] noun

  1. the narration
    the story; the narration; the tale; the legend; the myth
  2. the narration
    – (rhetoric) the second section of an oration in which the facts are set forth 1
    the narration
    – (rhetoric) the second section of an oration in which the facts are set forth 1
  3. the narration
    – the act of giving an account describing incidents or a course of events 1
    the yarn; the narration; the recital
    – the act of giving an account describing incidents or a course of events 1
  4. the narration
    – a message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program 1
    the narrative; the story; the tale; the narration
    – a message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program 1
    • narrative [the ~] noun
      • his narrative was interesting1
    • story [the ~] noun
      • Disney's stories entertain adults as well as children1
    • tale [the ~] noun
    • narration [the ~] noun

Translation Matrix for narration:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
legend legend; myth; narration; story; tale caption; fable; inscription; legend; marginal note; myth; tradition
myth legend; myth; narration; story; tale legend; myth; tradition
narration legend; myth; narration; narrative; recital; story; tale; yarn
narrative narration; narrative; story; tale
recital narration; recital; yarn concert; reading; recital; recitation
story legend; myth; narration; narrative; story; tale account; chronicle; delusion; excuse; fable; fairytale; fib; fiction; floor; history; level; news report; old wive's tale; report; sham; storey; story; tale; taradiddle; tarradiddle; write up
tale legend; myth; narration; narrative; story; tale fib; story; tale; taradiddle; tarradiddle
yarn narration; recital; yarn cotton; string; thread; yarn
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
yarn yarn
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
narrative narrative
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
legend folk story; folk tale; inscription; legend
myth myth
story plot; story
yarn yarn

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Alternate Synonyms for "narration":


Related Definitions for "narration":

  1. (rhetoric) the second section of an oration in which the facts are set forth1
  2. the act of giving an account describing incidents or a course of events1
    • his narration was hesitant1
  3. a message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program1

narration form of narrate:

to narrate verb (narrates, narrated, narrating)

  1. to narrate
    to tell; to report; to narrate
    • tell verb (tells, told, telling)
    • report verb (reports, reported, reporting)
    • narrate verb (narrates, narrated, narrating)
  2. to narrate
    to speak; to rattle; to blab; to have a conversation; to tell; to talk; to chatter; to narrate; to relate; to chat
    • speak verb (speaks, spoke, speaking)
    • rattle verb (rattles, rattled, rattling)
    • blab verb (blabs, blabbed, blabbing)
    • have a conversation verb (has a conversation, had a conversation, having a conversation)
    • tell verb (tells, told, telling)
    • talk verb (talks, talked, talking)
    • chatter verb (chatters, chattered, chattering)
    • narrate verb (narrates, narrated, narrating)
    • relate verb (relates, related, relating)
    • chat verb (chats, chated, chating)
  3. to narrate
    – narrate or give a detailed account of 1
    to tell; to recite; recount; to narrate
    – narrate or give a detailed account of 1
    • tell verb (tells, told, telling)
      • The father told a story to his child1
    • recite verb (recites, recited, reciting)
    • recount verb
    • narrate verb (narrates, narrated, narrating)
  4. to narrate
    – provide commentary for a film, for example 1
    to narrate
    – provide commentary for a film, for example 1
    • narrate verb (narrates, narrated, narrating)

Conjugations for narrate:

present
  1. narrate
  2. narrate
  3. narrates
  4. narrate
  5. narrate
  6. narrate
simple past
  1. narrated
  2. narrated
  3. narrated
  4. narrated
  5. narrated
  6. narrated
present perfect
  1. have narrated
  2. have narrated
  3. has narrated
  4. have narrated
  5. have narrated
  6. have narrated
past continuous
  1. was narrating
  2. were narrating
  3. was narrating
  4. were narrating
  5. were narrating
  6. were narrating
future
  1. shall narrate
  2. will narrate
  3. will narrate
  4. shall narrate
  5. will narrate
  6. will narrate
continuous present
  1. am narrating
  2. are narrating
  3. is narrating
  4. are narrating
  5. are narrating
  6. are narrating
subjunctive
  1. be narrated
  2. be narrated
  3. be narrated
  4. be narrated
  5. be narrated
  6. be narrated
diverse
  1. narrate!
  2. let's narrate!
  3. narrated
  4. narrating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

narrate

  1. narrate

Translation Matrix for narrate:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
chat New World chat; Old World chat; chat; confab; confabulation; conversation; gossip; rumor; rumour; schmoose; schmooze; sustenance; talk
chatter babble; cackle; cackling; chatter; chattering; claptrap; gabble; jabber; yack; yacking; yak; yakety-yak
rattle blabber; blabbermouth; cackle-hen; chatterbox; chattering fool; clacker; clapper; clatter; cracker; dawdler; death-rattle; driveller; ginger-snap; gossip; milksop; rale; rattle; rattling; scald-head; slowcoach; stick-in-the-mud; tattler; toy; trifler; twaddler; waffler
recount recount
report account; annotation; announcement; announcements; bringing out of a report; charge; commentary; composition; intelligence; journal; list; magazine; mentioning; message; monthly; monthly magazine; news; news report; note; paper; periodical; piece of news; record; report; report card; reputation; scrawl; scribble; statement; story; study; survey; theme; tidings; weekly; write up; written report
talk babble; backbiting; blah; bunkum; chat; clanging; claptrap; conversation; defamation; dialogue; gossip; interview; jaw; lecture; mudslinging; prattle; public lecture; rumor; rumour; scandal; scandal-mongering; slander; slipslop; sustenance; talk; talk of the town; talkee-talkee; talking; talks; tittle-tattle; tolling; vilification; wishwash
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
blab blab; chat; chatter; have a conversation; narrate; rattle; relate; speak; talk; tell babble; blab; blunder; blurt out; chat; chatter; disclose; dribble; drivel; drone on; feed; flap; gab; give away; have a chat; inform against; jabber; jaw; let slip out; pass on; prattle; prattle on; reveal; rot; slaver; slobber; squeal; talk crap; talk rot; talk rubbish; tattle; tell; tell tales; tip the scales; twaddle; waffle
chat blab; chat; chatter; have a conversation; narrate; rattle; relate; speak; talk; tell babble; blab; chat; chatter; converse; dribble; drivel; drone on; gab; have a chat; have a good long talk; jabber; jaw; prattle; prattle on; rabbit; rot; slaver; slobber; talk; talk crap; talk rot; talk rubbish; twaddle; waffle
chatter blab; chat; chatter; have a conversation; narrate; rattle; relate; speak; talk; tell babble; blab; chat; chatter; chirp; click; dribble; drivel; drone on; gab; gabble; have a chat; jabber; jabber away; jaw; prattle; prattle on; quack; rattle; rot; slaver; slobber; talk crap; talk rot; talk rubbish; twaddle; waffle
have a conversation blab; chat; chatter; have a conversation; narrate; rattle; relate; speak; talk; tell communicate; converse; have a conversation; speak; talk
narrate blab; chat; chatter; have a conversation; narrate; rattle; recite; recount; relate; report; speak; talk; tell
rattle blab; chat; chatter; have a conversation; narrate; rattle; relate; speak; talk; tell beep; chatter; chirp; flutter; gabble; quack; rattle; ruckle; rumble; squeak; thunder; tweet; twitter
recite narrate; recite; recount; tell declaim; enumerate; itemise; itemize; orate; recite; repeat; retell
recount narrate; recite; recount; tell check; count again; cover; define; depict; describe; examine; explain; expound; pretest; recount; report; say; tell; test; try; try out
relate blab; chat; chatter; have a conversation; narrate; rattle; relate; speak; talk; tell associate; bear on; colligate; come to; concern; connect; have-to doe with; interrelate; link; link up; pertain; refer; relate; tie in; touch; touch on
report narrate; report; tell account; announce; cover; define; denounce; depict; describe; disclose; explain; expound; give away; inform; inform against; peach; recount; report; reveal; say; squeal; state; tell; tell tales
speak blab; chat; chatter; have a conversation; narrate; rattle; relate; speak; talk; tell address; call; communicate; converse; discuss; express; express oneself; give expression to; hail; have a conversation; impersonate; mouth; reveal oneself; review; shout; speak; talk; talk about; utter; ventilate; verbalise; verbalize
talk blab; chat; chatter; have a conversation; narrate; rattle; relate; speak; talk; tell chat; communicate; converse; discuss; express; express oneself; give expression to; have a conversation; impersonate; lecture; mouth; reveal oneself; speak; spill; talk; to be busy; utter; ventilate; verbalise; verbalize
tell blab; chat; chatter; have a conversation; narrate; rattle; recite; recount; relate; report; speak; talk; tell assure; blab; call attention to; cover; define; depict; describe; differentiate; distinguish; enjoin; evidence; explain; expound; feed; indicate; inform; instil; instill; make known; order; pass on; point out; prompt; recount; report; say; secern; secernate; separate; severalise; severalize; state; tell; tell apart; whisper
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
chat chat
chatter chatter; gibberish; twaddle
narrate narrate; relate; tell
rattle clatter; patter; rattle
relate narrate; relate; tell
report account; hearsay; report; rumor; rumour; submission
speak speak; talk
talk chit-chat; converse; speak; talk; wood chippings
tell narrate; relate; tell tell

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Related Definitions for "narrate":

  1. narrate or give a detailed account of1
  2. provide commentary for a film, for example1

Related Synonyms for narration



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