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Deutsche Synonyme für Mitspracherecht

Englische Synonyme für voice right to a say

voice  Australian ballot  Hare system  Heldentenor  Meistersinger  OK  acceptance  accompaniment  active  active voice  adherence  admiration  agency  agent  air  allophone  alto  alveolar  apico-alveolar  apico-dental  approbation  approval  aria singer  articulate  articulation  aspiration  assert  assimilation  atone  attune  aye  ballot  baritenor  baritone  bass  basso  basso buffo  basso cantante  basso continuo  basso ostinato  basso profundo  bassus  bilabial  blessing  blues singer  bourdon  breathe  bring up  burden  cacuminal  canary  cantatrice  canto  cantor  cantus  cantus figuratus  cantus planus  canvass  canvassing  caroler  casting vote  cerebral  chance  chanter  chantress  check  chest voice  chime  chord  chorus  coloratura  coloratura soprano  come out with  comic bass  communicate  consonant  continuant  continuo  contralto  convey  countenance  countertenor  counting heads  crooner  cumulative voting  deciding vote  decision  declare  deep bass  deliver  dental  descant  diphthong  disclose  dissimilation  diva  division  dramatic soprano  drone  drone bass  emit  endorsement  enfranchisement  enunciate  epenthetic vowel  esteem  explosive  express  expression  fagot vote  falsetto  favor  favorable vote  figured bass  fling off  formulate  forum  franchise  give  give expression  give out with  give tongue  give utterance  give voice  glide  glottal  glottalization  graveyard vote  ground bass  guttural  hand vote  head voice  herald  heroic tenor  hymner  impart  improvisator  instrument  labial  labialization  labiodental  labiovelar  laryngeal  lateral  lead singer  let out  lieder singer  line  lingual  linguistic act  lip  liquid  list system  locution  make known  manner of articulation  manner of speaking  medio-passive  medium  melodist  mezzo-soprano  middle  middle voice  mode of expression  modification  monophthong  morphophoneme  mouthpiece  mute  nasal  nay  no  nod  nontransferable vote  occlusive  official spokesman  opera si  
voiced  accented  alveolar  apical  apico-alveolar  apico-dental  articulate  articulated  assimilated  back  barytone  bilabial  broad  cacuminal  central  cerebral  checked  close  consonant  consonantal  continuant  dental  dissimilated  dorsal  enunciated  flat  front  glide  glossal  glottal  guttural  hard  heavy  high  intonated  labial  labiodental  labiovelar  lateral  lax  light  lingual  linguistic  liquid  low  mid  monophthongal  muted  narrow  nasal  nasalized  nuncupative  occlusive  open  oral  oxytone  palatal  palatalized  parol  pharyngeal  pharyngealized  phonemic  phonetic  phonic  pitch  pitched  posttonic  pronounced  retroflex  rounded  said  semivowel  soft  sonant  sounded  speech  spoken  stopped  stressed  strong  surd  syllabic  tense  thick  throaty  tonal  tonic  twangy  unaccented  unrounded  unstressed  unwritten  uttered  velar  verbal  viva voce  vocal  vocalic  vocalized  vocoid  voiceful  voiceless  vowel  vowellike  weak  wide  
voiceless  accented  alveolar  anaudic  aphasic  aphonic  apical  apico-alveolar  apico-dental  articulated  assimilated  back  bad  bare  barytone  bereft  bilabial  breathless  broad  cacuminal  central  cerebral  checked  close  consonant  consonantal  continuant  dental  denuded  deprived  destitute  dissimilated  dorsal  dumb  dumbfounded  dumbstricken  dumbstruck  empty  flat  front  glide  glossal  glottal  guttural  hard  heavy  high  inarticulate  innocent  intonated  invalid  labial  labiodental  labiovelar  lateral  lax  light  lingual  liquid  low  mid  monophthongal  mum  mute  muted  narrow  nasal  nasalized  null and void  occlusive  open  oxytone  palatal  palatalized  pharyngeal  pharyngealized  phonemic  phonetic  phonic  pitch  pitched  posttonic  retroflex  rounded  scant  semivowel  short  shy  soft  sonant  speechless  stopped  stressed  stricken dumb  strong  surd  syllabic  tense  thick  throaty  tonal  tongue-tied  tongueless  tonic  twangy  unaccented  unrounded  unstressed  velar  vocalic  vocoid  voiced  vowel  vowellike  weak  wide  wordless  

Lexikoneinträge für voice right to a say

Voice (n.) Sound uttered by the mouth, especially that uttered by human beings in speech or song
Voice (n.) Sound of the kind or quality heard in speech or song in the consonants b, v, d, etc., and in the vowels
Voice (n.) The tone or sound emitted by anything.
Voice (n.) The faculty or power of utterance
Voice (n.) Language
Voice (n.) Opinion or choice expressed
Voice (n.) Command
Voice (n.) One who speaks
Voice (n.) A particular mode of inflecting or conjugating verbs, or a particular form of a verb, by means of which is indicated the relation of the subject of the verb to the action which the verb expresses.
Voice (v. t.) To give utterance or expression to
Voice (v. t.) To utter with sonant or vocal tone
Voice (v. t.) To fit for producing the proper sounds
Voice (v. t.) To vote
Voice (v. i.) To clamor

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

voice a means or agency by which something is expressed or communicated, the voice of the law, the Times is not the voice of New York, conservatism has many voices
voice the distinctive quality or pitch or condition of a person's speech, A shrill voice sounded behind us
head register
head voice
head tone
the higher ranges of the voice in speaking or singing, the vibrations of sung notes are felt in the head
chest register
chest voice
chest tone
the lower ranges of the voice in speaking or singing
voice the ability to speak, he lost his voice
larynx
voice box
a cartilaginous structure at the top of the trachea, contains elastic vocal cords that are the source of the vocal tone in speech
voice mail
voicemail
a computerized system for answering and routing telephone calls, telephone messages can be recorded and stored and relayed
singing voice the musical quality of the voice while singing
bass
bass voice
basso
the lowest adult male singing voice
baritone
baritone voice
the second lowest adult male singing voice
tenor
tenor voice
the adult male singing voice above baritone
part
voice
the melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music, he tried to sing the tenor part
voice part a part written for a singer
articulation voice expressing in coherent verbal form, the articulation of my feelings, I gave voice to my feelings
tone tone of voice the quality of a person's voice, he began in a conversational tone, he spoke in a nervous tone of voice
speech
speech communication
spoken communication
spoken language
language voice communication
oral communication
(language) communication by word of mouth, his speech was garbled, he uttered harsh language, he recorded the spoken language of the streets
voice
vocalization
vocalisation
vocalism
phonation
vox
the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract, a singer takes good care of his voice, the giraffe cannot make any vocalizations
voice something suggestive of speech in being a medium of expression, the wee small voice of conscience, the voice of experience, he said his voices told him to do it
voice over the voice on an unseen commentator in a film of television program
voice a sound suggestive of a vocal utterance, the noisy voice of the waterfall, the incessant voices of the artillery
wee small voice
small voice
voice of conscience
an inner voice that judges your behavior
spokesperson
interpreter
representative voice
an advocate who represents someone else's policy or purpose, the meeting was attended by spokespersons for all the major organs of government
voice (metonymy) a singer, he wanted to hear trained voices sing it
voice (linguistics) the grammatical relation (active or passive) of the grammatical subject of a verb to the action that the verb denotes
active voice
active
the voice used to indicate that the grammatical subject of the verb is performing the action or causing the happening denoted by the verb, `The boy threw the ball' uses the active voice
passive voice
passive
the voice used to indicate that the grammatical subject of the verb is the recipient (not the source) of the action denoted by the verb, `The ball was thrown by the boy' uses the passive voice, `The ball was thrown' is an abbreviated passive
voice give voice to, He voiced his concern
voice sound
vocalize vocalise
utter with vibrating vocal chords
give voice
formulate
word
phrase
articulate
put into words or an expression, He formulated his concerns to the board of trustees
sotto voce
in a low voice
in an undertone, he uttered a curse sotto voce

 

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