articulate englannista suomeksi
Speaking in a clear and effective manner.
Distinctly marked off.
Expressed in articles or in separate items or particulars.
- articulate sounds
1728, James Knapton and John Knapton, ''Cyclopaedia, or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences'', page 146:
- Brutes cannot form ''articulate'' Sounds, cannot ''articulate'' the Sounds of the Voice, excepting some few Birds, as the Parrot, Pye, &c.
1977, ''Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History)''
- They considered articulates to be pre-adapted for an eleutherozoic existence because they possess muscular arms which are potentially of value in crawling and swimming, as in comatulids.
To make clear or effective.
To speak clearly; to enunciate.
''I wish he’d articulate his words more clearly.''
''I like this painting, but I can’t articulate why.''
To bend or hinge something at intervals, or to allow or build something so that it can bend.
''an articulated bus''
''Articulate that passage heavily.''
to form a joint or connect by joints
''The lower jaw articulates with the skull at the temporomandibular joint.''
To treat or make terms.