Enunciate meaning

ĭ-nŭnsē-āt
To state or set forth precisely or systematically.

Enunciate a doctrine.

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To announce; proclaim.
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To announce; proclaim.
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To pronounce words, esp. clearly and distinctly; articulate.
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Enunciate is defined as to clearly pronounce or speak.

An example of to enunciate is for an English language learner to clearly say each part of a word.

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To make a definite or systematic statement of.
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To announce, proclaim.
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You must enunciate all the syllables.

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(intransitive) To make sounds clearly.

Enunciate when you speak.

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To state definitely; express in a systematic way.

To enunciate a theory.

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To pronounce; articulate.
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To pronounce words; speak aloud.
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To pronounce (words), esp. clearly and distinctly.
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Origin of enunciate

  • Latin ēnūntiāre ēnūntiāt- ē-, ex- ex- nūntiāre to announce (from nūntius messenger neu- in Indo-European roots)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin ēnuntiātus, past participle of ēnuntiō (“to report, declare”), from ē- + nūntiō (“to report”).

    From Wiktionary