Translation of vocalize in Spanish:

vocalize

vocalizar, v.

Pronunciation: /ˈvoʊkəˌlaɪz//ˈvəʊk(ə)lʌɪz/

transitive verb

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    vocalizar
    • At times, she vocalizes sounds, trying in her best way to speak.
    • But when I speak, I choose words and vocalize them in time: these differences make every phase of speech unreliable.
    • She thought, pleading desperately, trying to vocalize the words but not knowing if they were actually leaving her mouth or if they were trapped in her head.
    • As a result of the straining of her vocal cords during her crisis, Fe is left with a speech impediment whereby she cannot vocalize every word in a sentence.
    • Frederick could no longer vocalize words, and he could write no better.
    • Most sound effects men had to be able to vocalise impressions of a wide range of animals.
    • She alters the sound of her voice at critical points and vocalizes nonverbal sounds to convey her message.
    • Every word is sung with such involvement, it sounds like someone is vocalizing the words of their dying father's will.