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  • nountalk
  • nounformal talk to audience

synonyms for speech

  • conversation
  • dialogue
  • discussion
  • expression
  • language
  • tone
  • voice
  • accent
  • articulation
  • communication
  • dialect
  • diction
  • doublespeak
  • elocution
  • enunciation
  • idiom
  • intercourse
  • jargon
  • lingo
  • locution
  • palaver
  • parlance
  • prattle
  • pronunciation
  • prose
  • speaking
  • spiel
  • tongue
  • utterance
  • verbalization
  • vernacular
  • vocalization
  • vocalizing
  • voicing
  • double talk
  • expressing
  • mother tongue
  • native tongue
  • oral communication
  • vocal expression
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antonyms for speech

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  • quiet
  • silence
  • standard
  • listening
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How to use speech in a sentence

Kids are interacting with Alexas that can record their voice data and influence their speech and social development.
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The attorney general delivered a controversial speech Wednesday.
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For example, my company, Teknicks, is working with an online K-12 speech and occupational therapy provider.
HOW TO DRIVE DIGITAL INNOVATION NECESSARY DURING THE PANDEMICNICK CHASINOVSEPTEMBER 16, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
Instead, it would give tech companies a powerful incentive to limit Brazilians’ freedom of speech at a time of political unrest.
BRAZIL’S “FAKE NEWS” BILL WON’T SOLVE ITS MISINFORMATION PROBLEMAMY NORDRUMSEPTEMBER 10, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
However, the president did give a speech in Suresnes, France, the next day during a ceremony hosted by the American Battle Monuments Commission.
DID TRUMP CALL US WAR DEAD “LOSERS” AND “SUCKERS”? THE CONTROVERSY, EXPLAINED.ALEX WARDSEPTEMBER 4, 2020VOX
On Friday, Apple introduced a new policy outlining its commitment to human rights and free speech after shareholders raised concerns about Apple’s ties to China and the company’s role in censoring content.
APPLE INTRODUCES NEW HUMAN RIGHTS POLICY AFTER CRITICISM OF CENSORSHIP IN CHINAGRADY MCGREGORSEPTEMBER 4, 2020FORTUNE
Two years ago, for instance, University of Washington researchers used GANs to create a realistic-looking video of former President Barack Obama giving a speech that he never actually gave.
WHY AMERICAN EXPRESS IS TRYING TECHNOLOGY THAT MAKES DEEPFAKE VIDEOS LOOK REALJONATHANVANIAN2015SEPTEMBER 3, 2020FORTUNE
The company claims that all of the speech processing and analysis happens in the app or on the device itself—it never makes its way to the cloud.
AMAZON’S NEW FITNESS TRACKER LISTENS TO YOUR VOICE TO FIGURE OUT YOUR MOODSTAN HORACZEKSEPTEMBER 2, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
I saw a speech Joe had given and it was love at first speech.
CHER RAISES $2 MILLION FOR BIDEN AT LGBTQ VIRTUAL FUNDRAISERCHRIS JOHNSONAUGUST 31, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
Users can opt in to let it sample snippets of their speech throughout the day, or turn it on for up to 30 minutes at a time to get a detailed report on how they sounded in a particular conversation.
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WORDS RELATED TO SPEECH

  • address
  • lecture
  • lesson
  • oration
  • prelection
  • speech
  • talk
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