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Definition of voice

    • 0 N-COUNT

      When someone speaks or sings, you hear their voice .

      • Miriam's voice was strangely calm...

      • 'The police are here,' she said in a low voice...

    • 1 N-COUNT

      Someone's voice is their opinion on a particular topic and what they say about it.

      • What does one do when a government simply refuses to listen to the voice of the opposition?...

      • There was no disagreement, there were no dissenting voices.

    • 2 N-SING

      If you have a voice in something, you have the right to express an opinion on it.

      • Egypt is once again accepted as an important voice in Arab politics...

      • But your partners will have no voice in how you operate your company.

    • 3 VERB

      If you voice something such as an opinion or an emotion, you say what you think or feel.

      • Some scientists have voiced concern that the disease could be passed on to humans...

      • The predominant opinion voiced by Detroit's Arab population seems to be one of frustration.

    • 4 N-SING

      In grammar, if a verb is in the active voice, the person who performs the action is the subject of the verb. If a verb is in the passive voice, the thing or person affected by the action is the subject of the verb.

    • 5 PHRASE

      If someone finds their voice, they start to speak in spite of fear or surprise or difficult circumstances.

      • 'Kurt Kohn was my paternal grandfather's name,' Laura said when she found her voice.

    • 6 PHRASE

      If you say that a writer finds his or her voice, you mean that he or she finds a style and subject matter that are personal and original.

      • The poems which he wrote in the trenches are generally agreed to be those in which he found his true voice.

    • 7 PHRASE

      If you give voice to an opinion, a need, or a desire, you express it aloud.

      • ...a community radio run by the Catholic Church which gave voice to the protests of the slum-dwellers.

    • 8 PHRASE

      If someone tells you to keep your voice down, they are asking you to speak more quietly.

      • Keep your voice down, for goodness sake.

    • 9 PHRASE

      If you lose your voice, you cannot speak for a while because of an illness.

      • I had to be careful not to get a sore throat and lose my voice.

    • 10 PHRASE

      If you raise your voice, you speak more loudly. If you lower your voice, you speak more quietly.

      • He raised his voice for the benefit of the other two women...

      • She'd lowered her voice until it was barely audible.

    • 11 PHRASE

      If you say something at the top of your voice, you say it as loudly as possible.

      • 'Damn!' he yelled at the top of his voice.

    • 12 PHRASE

      If a number of people say something with one voice, they all express the same opinion about something.

      • This would enable the community to speak with one voice in world affairs.

Meaning of voice

There is relatively little information about voice, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!

Bilingual Reading Of The Day

  • A woman walks into a pet shop and sees a cute little dog. She asks the shopkeeper, "Does your dog bite?"
  • The shopkeeper says, "No, my dog does not bit."
  • The woman tries to pet the dog and the dog bites her.
  • "Ouch!" She says, "I thought you said your dog does not bite!"
  • The shopkeeper replies, "That is not my dog!"
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