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Articulate- Definition:verb [aar tíky? làyt] (past and past participle ar·tic·u·lat·ed, present participle ar·tic·u·lat·ing, 3rd person present singular ar·tic·u·lates)  1.  transitive verb communicate something: to express thoughts, ideas, or feelings coherently unable to articulate his grief   2.  transitive and intransitive verb speak distinctly: to pronounce something or speak clearly  3.  transitive and intransitive verb join to allow movement: to form the kind of joint or connection that allows movement  4.  intransitive verb speak intelligibly: to utter intelligible speech    adjective [aar tíky?l?t]  1.  eloquent: able to express thoughts, ideas, or feelings coherently  2.  coherent: spoken or expressed clearly  3.  able to speak: possessing the power of speech  4.  jointed: with joints or jointed segments, as in the bodies of higher vertebrates and arthropods (technical)    [Mid-16th century. < Latin articulatus, past participle of articulare

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verb [aar tíky? làyt] (past and past participle ar·tic·u·lat·ed, present participle ar·tic·u·lat·ing, 3rd person present singular ar·tic·u·lates) 1. transitive verb communicate something: to express thoughts, ideas, or feelings coherently unable to articulate his grief 2. transitive and intransitive verb speak distinctly: to pronounce something or speak clearly 3. transitive and intransitive verb join to allow movement: to form the kind of joint or connection that allows movement 4. intransitive verb speak intelligibly: to utter intelligible speech adjective [aar tíky?l?t] 1. eloquent: able to express thoughts, ideas, or feelings coherently 2. coherent: spoken or expressed clearly 3. able to speak: possessing the power of speech 4. jointed: with joints or jointed segments, as in the bodies of higher vertebrates and arthropods (technical) [Mid-16th century. < Latin articulatus, past participle of articulare "divide into joints, speak distinctly" < articulus "joint" (see article)] -ar·tic·u·la·ble, adjective -ar·tic·u·la·cy, noun -ar·tic·u·late·ly, adverb

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