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  • They also will often speak the languages of the countries they live in.
  • In addition to being in the band, he had a small speaking role.
  • The audience member would have wanted that actor to speak directly to them.
  • On his appearance, he spoke about progress towards peace that he has recently observed.
  • Under this title the book became famous in the English-speaking world.
  • These included the German-speaking officials who had not been from the region.
  • During his first appearances in parliament, Charles spoke to the government through her.
  • These words were the last he spoke before he died.
  • The two never spoke or wrote to each other again.
  • He paid the bill, but never spoke to his father again.
  • Neither was able to speak; they returned to her home in silence.
  • He always speaks his mind and does not care how other people see him.
  • He spoke throughout the state in his final campaign tour.
  • It was the last time he spoke at a college campus.
  • For the first part of her speech, she spoke mainly about the rights of black women.
  • The new voice track is usually spoken by a voice artist, or voice actor.
  • He traveled over and spoke in almost half of the states during the campaign.
  • English is the official language, spoken at schools, government administration and in the media.
  • Every word he spoke was reported in the newspapers the next day.
  • He refused both to speak at the event and to attend it.
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Meaning of speak

  • verb Use language
    the baby talks already, the prisoner won't speak, they speak a strange dialect
  • verb Make a characteristic or natural sound
    The drums spoke