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voice [the ~] noun

  1. the voice (tone of voice)
    le timbre; l'accent
  2. the voice
    – the distinctive quality or pitch or condition of a person's speech 1
    la voix

to voice verb (voices, voiced, voicing)

  1. to voice (verbalize; phrase; express; put into words; verbalise)
    formuler; exprimer per des paroles; exprimer
    • formuler verb (formule, formules, formulons, formulez, )
    • exprimer verb (exprime, exprimes, exprimons, exprimez, )

Conjugations for voice:

  1. voice
  2. voice
  3. voices
  4. voice
  5. voice
  6. voice
simple past
  1. voiced
  2. voiced
  3. voiced
  4. voiced
  5. voiced
  6. voiced
present perfect
  1. have voiced
  2. have voiced
  3. has voiced
  4. have voiced
  5. have voiced
  6. have voiced
past continuous
  1. was voicing
  2. were voicing
  3. was voicing
  4. were voicing
  5. were voicing
  6. were voicing
  1. shall voice
  2. will voice
  3. will voice
  4. shall voice
  5. will voice
  6. will voice
continuous present
  1. am voicing
  2. are voicing
  3. is voicing
  4. are voicing
  5. are voicing
  6. are voicing
  1. be voiced
  2. be voiced
  3. be voiced
  4. be voiced
  5. be voiced
  6. be voiced
  1. voice!
  2. let's voice!
  3. voiced
  4. voicing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for voice:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
accent tone of voice; voice accent; accent mark; cadence; color; colour; dialect; emphasis; inflection; intonation; modulation; note; pitch; punctation mark indicating the pronunciation; shade; sound; stress mark; timber; timbre; tincture; tint; tone; tone colour; tone of voice
timbre tone of voice; voice hallmark; horizon; impress; imprint; intonation; note; pitch; revenue-stamp; savings stamp; seal; sound; stamp; timber; timbre; tone; tone colour; trading stamp
voix voice backbiting; defamation; gossip; intonation; mudslinging; note; pitch; profanity; scandal; scandal-mongering; slander; sound; timber; timbre; tone; tone colour; vilification; vote
- articulation; interpreter; part; phonation; representative; spokesperson; vocalisation; vocalism; vocalization; vox
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
exprimer express; phrase; put into words; verbalise; verbalize; voice describe; express; express oneself; formulate; give expression to; impersonate; interpret; peg out; phrase; pinch out; put into words; render; reproduce; reveal oneself; speak; spout; squeeze dry; squeeze empty; squeeze out; talk; transcribe; translate; unload; utter; ventilate; word
exprimer per des paroles express; phrase; put into words; verbalise; verbalize; voice
formuler express; phrase; put into words; verbalise; verbalize; voice express; express oneself; formulate; give expression to; impersonate; phrase; put into words; reveal oneself; speak; talk; utter; ventilate; word
- sound; vocalise; vocalize

Related Words for "voice":

  • voicing, voices

Synonyms for "voice":

Antonyms for "voice":

  • devoice

Related Definitions for "voice":

  1. a means or agency by which something is expressed or communicated1
    • the voice of the law1
    • the Times is not the voice of New York1
    • conservatism has many voices1
  2. the distinctive quality or pitch or condition of a person's speech1
    • A shrill voice sounded behind us1
  3. the ability to speak1
    • he lost his voice1
  4. the melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music1
  5. expressing in coherent verbal form1
    • I gave voice to my feelings1
  6. the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract1
    • a singer takes good care of his voice1
  7. something suggestive of speech in being a medium of expression1
    • the wee small voice of conscience1
    • the voice of experience1
    • he said his voices told him to do it1
  8. a sound suggestive of a vocal utterance1
    • the noisy voice of the waterfall1
    • the incessant voices of the artillery1
  9. an advocate who represents someone else's policy or purpose1
  10. (metonymy) a singer1
    • he wanted to hear trained voices sing it1
  11. (linguistics) the grammatical relation (active or passive) of the grammatical subject of a verb to the action that the verb denotes1
  12. give voice to1
    • He voiced his concern1
  13. utter with vibrating vocal chords1

Wiktionary Translations for voice:

  1. sound uttered by the mouth
  2. the tone or sound emitted by anything
  3. one who speaks; a speaker
  4. -
  1. utter with a sonant or vocal tone
  2. vote
  3. clamor
  4. -
  1. Journal, gazette de propagande
  2. ensemble de sons produire par les cordes vocales.
  1. Relatif á l'émission de la voix.

Cross Translation:
voice voix musicale stem — het geluid dat een mens bij het zingen voortbrengt
voice voix stem — het geluid dat een mens bij het spreken voortbrengt
voice voix stem — het geluid dat door het trillen van de menslijke stembanden wordt geproduceerd
voice voix DiatheseLinguistik/Sprachwissenschaft: das Geschehen in „täterabgewandt“ (Passiv) und „täterzugewandt“ (Aktiv) einordnende Kategorisierung des Verbs.
voice voix Genus verbiLinguistik: Oberbegriff für die Verbkategorien Aktiv, Medium und Passiv
voice voix StimmeFähigkeit zu Reden und zu Singen
voice voix StimmeMusik: Tonlage eines Sängers oder Instruments
voice voix Stimme — ein mit dem Kehlkopf erzeugter Laut, um sich zu verständigen bzw. sich verständlich zu machen
voice voix; son VoxStimme, Laut

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