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What is the opposite of keep quiet?

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Opposite of to refrain from talking about something (discrete)
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To laugh in a noisy, gleeful way
“Audiences would scream with laughter when the troupe performed their humorous skit.”
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(talk of or about) To make mention of
“I don't want to talk about how horrible my date was last night.”
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To read or say aloud something that is written
“Hannah stood before the group to nervously read her poem, not knowing that Ryan the scoundrel would use her words against her.”
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To utter words using speech
“You must say your name when the interviewer asks you to.”
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To say as a further remark
“The spokesperson would then add that more details would be released in due course.”
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To discuss or have a conversation with another
“Let's go somewhere quiet so we can talk.”
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To provide notice of a potential or current danger or risk
“It is my responsibility to alert my clients about the risks involved.”
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To provide information to
“Her mother then calls everyone in her Rolodex to brief them on her medical crisis while scheduling a farewell martini.”
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To speak quickly or without thought
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To talk or chatter at length, typically on trivial subjects
“The two of them were certainly getting along just fine as they continued to gab the night away.”
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(archaic) To reveal (information)
“Hugo discovered to Alita his plans to get himself to Zarum.”
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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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(noise about, archaic) To talk about or make known publicly
“But now I must ask you not to noise it about to anyone.”
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To present (a proposal, application, etc.) for consideration or judgment
“Channel 4 has asked Sky News to submit a proposal on how it could supply the broadcaster with content.”
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To offer a recommendation
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To disseminate over a wide area or population
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To transmit a signal over the airwaves
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To speak or write authoritatively about a topic
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To make a statement (of an opinion or explanation)
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To separate into pieces as a result of a collision, blow, shock, or strain
“The piñata would eventually break after being struck repeatedly by enthusiastic kids.”
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(of a rule, law or agreement) To fail to keep or abide by
“He chose to break his contract with the club after a significantly more lucrative offer was presented to him.”
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