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  1. say

    • IPA[sā]

    美式

    • v.
      utter words so as to convey information, an opinion, a feeling or intention, or an instruction;(of a text or a symbolic representation) convey specified information or instructions
    • excl
      used to express surprise or to draw attention to a remark or question
    • n.
      an opportunity for stating one's opinion or feelings;an opportunity to influence developments and policy
    • verb: say, 3rd person present: says, gerund or present participle: saying, past tense: said, past participle: said

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. utter words so as to convey information, an opinion, a feeling or intention, or an instruction:

      “Thank you,” he said

      he said the fund stood at $100,000

    • 2. (of a text or a symbolic representation) convey specified information or instructions:

      the law says such behavior is an offense

    • 3. enable a listener or reader to learn or understand something by conveying or revealing (information or ideas):

      I don't want to say too much

      the movie's title says it all

    • 4. (of a clock or watch) indicate (a specified time):

      the clock says ten past two

    • 5. be asserted or reported (often used to avoid committing the speaker or writer to the truth of the assertion):

      they were said to be training freedom fighters

      it is said that she lived to be over a hundred

    • 6. present a consideration in favor of or excusing (someone or something):

      all I can say for him is that he's a better writer than some

    • 7. utter the whole of (a speech or other set of words, typically one learned in advance):

      we say the Pledge of Allegiance each morning

    • 8. assume something in order to work out what its consequences would be; make a hypothesis:

      let's say we pay five thousand dollars in the first year

    • 9. used parenthetically to indicate that something is being suggested as possible or likely but not certain:

      the form might include, say, a dozen questions

    • excl
    • 1. used to express surprise or to draw attention to a remark or question:

      say, did you notice any blood?

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an opportunity for stating one's opinion or feelings:

      the voters are entitled to have their say on the treaty

    • 2. an opportunity to influence developments and policy:

      the assessor will have a say in how the money is spent

      the households concerned would still have some say in what happened

    • v.
      past and past participle of say
    • adj.
      used in legal language or humorously to refer to someone or something already mentioned or named:
    • acting in pursuance of the said agreement

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    • v.
      past and past participle of say
    • adj.
      used in legal language or humorously to refer to someone or something already mentioned or named:
    • acting in pursuance of the said agreement

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    • n. the power or act of deciding or allowing something:

    • no new employees come into the organization without his say-so

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    • ph. used to offer a suggestion or opinion

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    • n. the power or act of deciding or allowing something:

    • no new employees come into the organization without his say-so

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    • ph. used to offer a suggestion or opinion

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    • ph. it is rumoured

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    • ph. say anything at all; utter a sound

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    英式

    • v.
      utter words so as to convey information, an opinion, a feeling or intention, or an instruction:
    • ‘Thank you,’ he said

      he said the fund stood at £100,000

    • excl
      used to express surprise or to draw attention to a remark or question:
    • say, did you notice any blood?
    • n.
      an opportunity for stating one's opinion or feelings:
    • she let him have his say

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