articulate

All Verb Noun Adjective
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  • They were mainly single units but one was a three-car articulated set.
  • He has done a series of works articulating contemporary life and issues.
  • Often the theory or philosophy of peace education has been assumed and not articulated.
  • They were articulate and had distinct ways of doing things and of getting things done.
  • It's about being for traditional marriage and articulating the reason that's important.
  • But what's clear is that in neither mode is he especially articulate.
  • There are however, several places within it where the principles behind the concept are articulated.
  • She suggested that people within these groups create alternative forms of communication to articulate their experiences.
  • Many companies do not articulate to their employees why they are there.
  • Central government articulate its executive authority mainly by this office.
  • Pullip's highly articulated stock body has gone through several changes over the years.
  • He needs his plays to do this because he can not accurately articulate his feelings.
  • Recently there has been some attempt in the UK to articulate and establish professional standards.
  • One longtime friend said that he was always articulate, even as a child.
  • She added that the suffering of both sides should be articulated.
  • Spoken language, is language produced by articulate sounds, as opposed to written language.
  • This service uses non-articulated Mark II cars in trains of one or two cars.
  • They will be able to articulate many reasons why "their" branch of the service is the best.
  • I know that these songs are the articulate message of the slave to the world.
  • All following power units would be separate from their train, although four more articulated carsets would be built.
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Meaning of articulate

  • verb Unite by forming a joint or joints
    the ankle bone articulates with the leg bones to form the ankle bones
  • verb Express or state clearly
  • adjective Expressing yourself easily or characterized by clear expressive language
    articulate speech, an articulate orator, articulate beings