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EN[spiːk] [-iːk]
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说话, 讲话, 演说

    Examples of speak in a Sentence

  • 例句 speak
    1. And, too, I suffer a vague feeling of unsatisfaction, of regret, of almost remorse, from which I am seeking relief, and of which I shall speak in the last paragraph of this account.
    2. Witless hizzie, e'en 's you like, The ne'er a doit I 'm carin'; But men maun be the first to speak, An' wanters maun be speerin'.
    3. God's sake, speak her fair and canny, or we will have a raveled hasp on the yarn-windles!
    4. Don't let your xenoglossophobia take over: being able to speak Chinese would be a useful skill.
    5. The most well-documented case of xenoglossy, however, concerned Swiss Medium Hélène Smith (1861-1929), who falsely claimed to speak the Martian language.
    6. How can you speak with authority about their customs when you have never lived among them? ‎
    7. She was in no humour for conversation with anyone but himself; and to him she had hardly courage to speak.
    8. And if we want to speak upon our return of what we have learned there, to speak in our language perforce loses the life of their thoughts, but to speak in their language is to babelize in our own world.
    9. Esme assented with a graceful bend of his crimpled head, and in a clear and deliberate voice began to speak.
    10. The sight of it might damp me and disenable me to speak. — State Trials (1640).
  • 例句 spoke
    1. He spoke of the various instrumentalities which were now employed for the conversion of the world.
    2. He spoke with all the lustre a seasoned enthusiast should have.
    3. He spoke in a mumble.
    4. Turn the nipples on to the bicycle spokes only one turn, for each spoke on the new wheel all the way around until they are all snug, then check alignment.
    5. They spoke disparagingly of America's white overclass.
    6. Around the time of the Rebellions of 1837 and the First Anglo-Afghan War, British servicemen spoke of being provosted.
  • 例句 spake
    1. Then spake Tobias unto the virgin, and said: Up Sara, let us make our prayer unto God today, tomorrow, and overmorrow: for these three nights will we reconcile ourselves with God, and when the third holy night is past, we shall join together in the duty of marriage.
    2. Thou spake right now of thilke traitor death. — Chaucer.
    3. I spake to the polis, an' they laff at me, begob.
  • 例句 speaks
    1. He speaks Brabantian with his schoolmates, and the standard language in the classroom and with unfamiliar teachers at the playground, a classic example of diglossia.
    2. Most of the colored community speaks Afrikaans, whereas languages like Xhosa or Venda are typically spoken by blacks and English is spoken mostly by whites.
    3. He hath a heart as sound as a bell, and his tongue is the clapper; for what his heart thinks, his tongue speaks.
    4. The fact that such an architectural trophy has gone unbought for a year speaks less about any ambivalence for modernism, or even a softness in local property values, than about the domestic expectations of the superprivileged.
    5. This poetry speaks across the centuries. ‎
    6. The pope speaks infallibly ex cathedra.
  • 例句 spoken
    1. I looked all over, but all the seats are already spoken for.
    2. Why, that is spoken like a toward prince. ― Shakespeare.
    3. With the possible exception of cliquishness, in each of these regards Fenton is more like Larkin: plain-spoken, unprolific and firmly in possession of a deflated sense of poetic vocation.
    4. Fed close? Why, it's eaten into t' hard wick. (spoken of a pasture which has been fed very close)
    5. English is spoken worldwide.
    6. Each member of the group, in turn, rose to share a personal story, until nearly everyone in the room had spoken.
    7. And those Affectators of Variety seem equally ridiculous, who, when they have spoken barbarously once, repeat the same Thing much more barbarously; and then over and over again much more unlearnedly.
    8. If she had a breath of common sense, she would never have spoken to the man in the first place. ‎
    9. Having gone in a lot for boxing from his earliest years, he had the cauliflower ear of which I had spoken to Aunt Dahlia and in addition to this a nose which some hidden hand had knocked slightly out of the straight.
  • 例句 speaking
    1. He sat as one astonish'd, a good-while, looking at me, without speaking a Word, till I came quite up to him, kneel'd on one Knee to him, and almost whether he would or no, kiss'd his Hand  [ …] .
    2. He had forgotten that he was speaking on the record.
    3. Now I can't get this out of my head - them hissing and whispering at one another like they're speaking in parseltongue.
    4. Generally speaking, the main malignant part in most cases of malignant ectomesenchymoma (MEM) is the mesenchymal component.
    5. Nagle also remembers that Blaney 'didn't object to you telling him what one thought ... he didn't like fustering, that wouldn't please him, but he didn't mind you speaking your piece even if he might strongly disagree.
    6. The "regular umlaut" with the dieresis dots originated from a form with two vertical or slanted strokes (not unlike the "hungarumlaut" speaking in typographical terms).
    7. While many men in the crowd admired the singers’ hair, Miguel Estevez Figueredo stood by a red leather wall in the back of the club, speaking over the din and ignoring the repeated brushes of pleathered shoulders as fans pushed toward the stage.
    8. There are worse things to see at the multiplex than Ms. McAdams playing a tough cookie standing by her man, or Mr. Whitaker speaking hard truths over a glass of whiskey or a battered Bible, or 50 Cent smiling sharkishly in a beautiful suit.
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