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Dictionary Icelandic English: speech

Translation 1 - 44 of 44

NOUN1   a speech | speeches
NOUN2   speech | -
SYNO   language | oral communication ... 
ávarp {hv}speech
ræða {kv}speech
tal {hv}speech
2 Words: Others
málhaltur {adj}speech defective
málstirður {adj}speech defective
2 Words: Nouns
stjórn. framboðsræða {kv}electoral speech
hversdagsmál {hv}everyday speech
útfararræða {kv}funeral speech
framsöguræða {kv}introductory speech
inngangserindi {hv}introductory speech
inngangsræða {kv}introductory speech
stjórn. jómfrúrræða {kv}maiden speech
stjórn. þingræða {kv}parliamentary speech
ávarpsorð {hv}short speech
talgreining {kv}speech analysis
bókm. talblaðra {kv}speech bubble
mál. málfélag {hv}speech community
mál. málsamfélag {hv}speech community
læknisfr. talmeinafræði {kv}speech pathology
hljóðfr. mál. talskynjun {kv}speech perception
tölvufr. talkennsl {hv.ft}speech recognition <SR>
hljóðfr. mál. málhljóð {hv}speech sound
talgerving {kv}speech synthesis
talgervill {k}speech synthesizer
atv. læknisfr. talkennari {k}speech therapist
atv. læknisfr. talmeinafræðingur {k}speech therapist
mál. mennt. talþjálfun {kv}speech training
þvogl {hv} [óskýrt tal]thick speech
þrumuræða {kv}thunder speech
ávarpsorð {hv}welcome speech
3 Words: Verbs
flytja ávarpto make a speech
3 Words: Nouns
orðtak {hv}figure of speech
mál. orðtæki {hv}figure of speech
málfrelsi {hv}freedom of speech
áramótaávarp {hv}New Year speech
nýársávarp {hv}New Year speech
nýársávarp {hv}New Year's speech
líffærafr. talfæri {hv}organ of speech
mál. orðflokkur {k}part of speech
þakkarræða {kv}speech of thanks
þakkarávarp {hv}thank you speech
4 Words: Verbs
vera ómyrkur í málito be blunt in speech
4 Words: Nouns
lögfr. varnarræða {kv}speech for the defence [Br.]
lögfr. varnarræða {kv}speech for the defense [Am.]
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