- [C] 嗓音,说话声,歌唱声 sounds formed in the larynx and uttered through the mouth, especially by a person speaking or singing
- [U] (口头或书面的)意见等,发言权,影响 (right to express one's) opinion, etc. in spoken or written words, influence
- [S] (动词的)语态 contrast between a sentence in which the doer of action is subject (active) and one in which the person or thing affected is subject (passive)
- the distinctive quality or pitch or condition of a person's speech;
"A shrill voice sounded behind us"
- the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract;
"a singer takes good care of his voice"
"the giraffe cannot make any vocalizations"
- a sound suggestive of a vocal utterance;
"the noisy voice of the waterfall"
"the incessant voices of the artillery"
- expressing in coherent verbal form;
"the articulation of my feelings"
"I gave voice to my feelings"
- a means or agency by which something is expressed or communicated;
"the voice of the law"
"the Times is not the voice of New York"
"conservatism has many voices"
- something suggestive of speech in being a medium of expression;
"the wee small voice of conscience"
"the voice of experience"
"he said his voices told him to do it"
- (metonymy) a singer;
"he wanted to hear trained voices sing it"
- an advocate who represents someone else's policy or purpose;
"the meeting was attended by spokespersons for all the major organs of government"
- the ability to speak;
"he lost his voice"
- (linguistics) the grammatical relation (active or passive) of the grammatical subject of a verb to the action that the verb denotes
- the melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music;
"he tried to sing the tenor part"
- give voice to;
"He voiced his concern"
- utter with vibrating vocal chords
- His voice shook with fear.
- The little girl spoke in a high childish voice.
- We could hear the children's voices in the garden.
- She is enamored of the sound of her own voice.
- The workers want a voice in management decisions.
- In the past the voice of dissension had been quickly snuffed out.
- He was chosen to voice their grievance.
- The voice often falls at the end of a statement.
- If using your voice is difficult, then you know what dysphonia is.
The actress' voice, very low and very soft, made the audience give up whispering and listen.
Her voice went down an octave.
Our voices echoed in the empty house.
His voice quivered with rage.
Even though he was getting angry, his voice remained level.
Our voices were drowned by the noise of the machinery.
The actor's voice gave out before he reached his most dramatic scene.
He gave the news out in a grave voice.
When the student answered the question in a very low voice, the teacher asked him to say it once more.
She always puts on a posh voice to talk to the vicar.
He was afraid the old man was deaf. He raised his voice and pronounced every word carefully.
Our newspaper represents the voice of the people.
The people must have a voice.
All countries must be equal and have an equal voice in world affairs.
- give voice to
表露(感情、忧虑等) express feelings, worries, etc.
The people gave voice to their distrust of the government by voting against them at the election. 选举时人们通过投票表示他们对政府的不信任。
- 表露(感情、忧虑等) express feelings, worries, etc.
- make one's voice heard
表达感情、意见等 express one's feelings, opinions, etc. in such a way that they are noticed or acted on
This programme gives ordinary viewers a chance to make their voice heard. 这个节目给普通观众一个发表意见的机会。
- 表达感情、意见等 express one's feelings, opinions, etc. in such a way that they are noticed or acted on
- raise one's voice against
坚决而勇敢地发言反对某人〔某事物〕 speak firmly and boldly against sb/sth
I feel I must raise my voice against suggested changes in the law. 我认为我必须对该法律所提出的修改条款提出反对。
As no one raised his voice against the plan, it was agreed on. 由于没有人提出反对意见,那项计划便通过了。
- 坚决而勇敢地发言反对某人〔某事物〕 speak firmly and boldly against sb/sth
- with one voice
With one voice, the workers voted to strike. 工人投票一致要求罢工。
- 异口同声地,一致地 unanimously
- control one's voice 控制自己的声音
- drop one's voice 降低声音
- drown out sb's voice 淹没某人的声音
- find one's voice 能开口说话了
- hear a voice 听到声音
- know a voice 知道某种声音
- lift up one's voice 提高嗓门
- lose one's voice 嗓子哑了
- make a voice 发出声音
- raise one's voice 提高自己的说话声调
- recognize a voice 听出(某人的)声音
- give voice to 表示…
- agreeable voice 悦耳的声音
- beautiful voice 优美动听的嗓音
- broken voice 沙哑的声音
- cheerful voice 欢快的声音
- clear voice 清脆的声音
- deep voice 低沉的声音
- expressive voice 富有表达力的说话声
- fine voice 好的嗓音
- flat voice 单调的声音
- gentle voice 轻声
- high voice 尖声
- hoarse voice 嘶哑的声音
- loud voice 高声
- low voice 低声
- poor voice 不好的嗓音
- rich voice 圆润的声音
- rough voice 粗声
- shrill voice 尖声
- small voice 小声
- soft voice 柔和的声音
- speaking voice 说话声
- sweet voice 悦耳的声音
- active voice 主动语态
- passive voice 被动语态
- (the) V- of America 美国之音
Muttering with hoarse, harsh voice.出自：Shelley
The voice of animals is produced by the passage of air through this aperture.出自：W. Youatt
An uncompromising child, voicing what other people only thought.出自：U. Holden
The Kremlin..voiced concern at Austria's application to join the European Community.出自：Guardian
- voice的基本意思是“嗓音,说话声,歌唱声”,可指人说、唱、哭、笑所发出的声音,也可指鸟鸣,但不指野兽等的吼叫,用作可数名词; 用于比喻可指“(口头或书面的)意见等”“发表意见的权利”“影响”,用作不可数名词; 还可指(动词的)“语态”,常用单数形式。
- voice还可用作动词,意思是“发表；讲出”。例如：He voiced the feelings of the crowd.他表达出群众的情绪。Yet ever since then, people at home and abroad have voiced different opinions about it.然而,从那时起,国内外的人对这个政策一直发表不同的看法。
- voice, sound
这两个词都可表示“声音”。其区别是：sound含义广泛,可以指任何听得到的声音; voice主要指人的声音,包括说话、唱歌或笑声,有时也指鸟的叫声,但很少指动物的叫声,有时可用于比喻。例如:I wish my house were out of sound of street noises.但愿我的房子离得远些,听不到街上的嘈杂声就好了。It was the sound of a girl's voice.是一个女孩子说话的声音。It is the voice of truth.这是真理之声。
误 He continued speaking with a very loud voice.
正 He continued speaking in a very loud voice.
- ☆ 13世纪晚期进英入语，直接源自古法语的voiz，意为声音；最初源自拉丁语的vocem，意为声音。
- vocal sound口声
- VOICE:Voluntary Organisations in Cooperation in Emergencies (European NGO network; Brussels, Belgium)在紧急情况下志愿机构合作(欧洲NGO网络;比利时布鲁塞尔)
- VOICE:Validating OSA in Industrial CIM (Computer-Integrated Manufacturing) Environments在工业或验证阻塞性睡眠呼吸暂停(电脑一体机制造)的环境
- VOICE:Voters Organization Involved in Children's Education选民们组织参与孩子的教育
- voice:voice n. 声音, 嗓音, 发音能力, 意见, 发言权, [语法]语态vt. 表达, 吐露 英英解释:名词voice:1. the distinctive quality or pitch or…