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Verb
To utter words using speech
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“You must say your name when the interviewer asks you to.”
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To convey or express in a particular way or manner
“I would just like to say how I really feel about this.”
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To make a claim
“We are expecting the accused to say that he is innocent.”
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To recite from memory
“Johnny was taught to say his prayers each night before going to bed.”
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(with an object) To provide a listener or reader with information
“You will see a sign that will say how much further you have to travel.”
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To make an estimate
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“I would say that roughly half of the students here are in debt.”
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To make a supposition for determining its consequences
“Let's say you won the lottery. What would you do with the money?”
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To make a statement of opinion
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To say or repeat what has been said
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Acknowledge something reluctantly, typically because one feels slightly ashamed or embarrassed
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To ask earnestly
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To say or write as a reaction
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Eject saliva or substance
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To make a short, sharp, high-pitched sound
Noun
One's input or influence in a matter
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“Do I have any say in this matter?”
Noun
One's chance to speak during a discussion
“The disgruntled resident was determined to have his say during the meeting.”
Noun
The ability or right to express an opinion or make a choice
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The official power to make legal decisions and judgements
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Unsolicited opinion
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Unlimited discretionary power to act
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An official order that has the force of law
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A chance to make a move, typically in a game
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A chance for progress or profit
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Adverb
Almost to the same level, amount or degree
“The property is worth, say, less than a million dollars.”
Adverb
As an example
“It would be bad if someone, say, your father, was caught drink-driving.”
Interjection
(colloquial) Used to gain one's attention before making an inquiry or suggestion
Say, could you lend me some money?”
Interjection
Used to indicate the introduction or change of subject
Conjunction
Suppose that
Prepositional phrase
As an analogy
Preposition
As an example
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