1. the chance to speak;
1. express in words;
2. report or maintain;
3. express a supposition;
4. have or contain a certain wording or form;
5. state as one's opinion or judgement; declare;
6. utter aloud;
7. give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority;
8. speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way;
9. recite or repeat a fixed text;
10. communicate or express nonverbally;
I asked him several times, but he didn't say anything.
I'd like to say a few more words.
I had better say a few words by way of explanation.
What do these figures say?
Environmentalists say there is a high risk of pollution from the landfill site.
What did he say in explanation of his lateness?
He is hypersensitive to what people say about him.
Why didn't she say a word? Is there anything in her mind that she finds it hard to disclose?
When I say don't eat sweets, I have your health at heart.
All in favor of this proposition will please say " Aye ".
When he got married, Alf was too embarrassessed to say anything to his wife about his job.
I wanted to say something, but her face quite put me off.
Suffice it to say that the gun was his.
It's easy to say now what we should have done then — with the wisdom of hind sight!
That's all I wanted to say.
I didn't say it intentionally.
The boss may look a bit fierce, but in fact he wouldn't say " boo " to a goose.
Let him say what he likes.
Such a view is incorrect, to say the least.
Just do as what I say — and don't give me any of your lip.
I'd say he is a man who has the least tincture of learning.
He really doesn't say so.
Think carefully about what you say: your views could be easily misrepresented by the press.
If you memorize a poem, you can say it without looking at a book.
Marx wrote back to say that Engels'praise had greatly encouraged him.
This is a despicable fraud . Just imagine that he has the effrontery to say it.
Say what you have to say with no surplusage.
Let me say a few words first.
I must say that I am very much to blame.
Just say yes or no.
it goes without saying that lay appointees must be selected with care.
have something to say for oneself
contribute a specified amount to a conversation or discussion
a dull girl with little to say for herself.
how say you?
(Law)how do you find? (addressed to the jury when requesting its verdict)
I (或 he, she 等) cannot (或 could not) say
I (or he, she, etc.) do not know
(informal)used to express emphatic agreement
‘That was a good landing.’ ‘I'll say!’.
I must (或 have to) say
I cannot refrain from saying (used to emphasize an opinion)
you have a nerve, I must say!.
(Brit. dated)used to express surprise or to draw attention to a remark
I say, that's a bit much!.
I wouldn't say no
(informal)used to indicate that one would like something
not to say
used to introduce a stronger alternative or addition to something already said
it is easy to become sensitive, not to say paranoid.
say no more
(informal)used to indicate that one understands what someone is trying to imply
says I (或 he, she 等)
(informal, chiefly Brit.)used after direct speech in reporting someone's part in a conversation
(informal)used in spoken English to express disagreement or disbelief
‘He's guilty.’ ‘Says you. I think he's innocent.’.
(informal)said when helping someone to food or drink to instruct them to indicate when they have enough
say the word
give permission or instructions to do something
say, speak, state, talk, tell, utter
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