Word: tell

 

Category: tell

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Related words: tell

how to, tell me, tell him, tell me why, william tell, tell tale heart, show and tell, tell me more, tell no one, kiss and tell, lauren conrad, tell dunkin, dont tell em, tell the bell, tell subway

Synonyms: tell

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: tell

spanish
narrar, referir, ordenar, decir, mandar, ...


german
unterscheiden, erzählen, befehlen, anordnen, sagen, ...

french
indiquer, commander, rapporter, révéler, dénoter, ...

italian
ordinare, dire, comandare, narrare, raccontare

portuguese
pedir, ordenar, narrar, reservar, mandar, ...

dutch
regelen, bestellen, gelasten, aanvragen, schikken, ...

russian
говорить, предписывать, велеть, указывать, выдавать, ...

norwegian
si, befale

swedish
förtälja, berätta

finnish
kertoa, pakista, määrätä, haastella, tilata, ...

danish
sige, fortælle

czech
povídat, mluvit, povědět, ohlašovat, udávat, ...

polish
wskazać, kazać, mówić, powiadomić, powiedzieć, ...

turkish
düzenlemek

greek
αφηγούμαι, λέω, διηγούμαι, ξεχωρίζω

ukrainian
казати, озиватись

albanian
them, tregoj

bulgarian
казвам

belarusian
казаць, насiць

estonian
rääkima, ütlema

croatian
kazati, recite, razlikovati, pripovijedati, reći

icelandic
herma

latin
loquor, dico

slovenian
povedati

slovak
povedať, povedz

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The meaning and "use of": tell

verb
  • communicate information, facts, or news to someone in spoken or written words.
  • decide or determine correctly or with certainty.
  • (of an experience or period of time) have a noticeable, typically harmful, effect on someone.
  • count (the members of a series or group).

noun
  • (especially in poker) an unconscious action that is thought to betray an attempted deception.
  • (in the Middle East) an artificial mound formed by the accumulated remains of ancient settlements.

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