voice

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Singular
voice

Plural
voices

  1. The sounds a person makes with the throat.
    His voice was deep and clear.
  2. The influence of a person.
    She had a lot of voice in the company.
  3. Tone of expression.
    You spoke in a low voice so that they would not hear.
  4. (grammar) Tells if the subject does or receives the action.
    That sentence is in passive voice.

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Verb[change]

Plain form
voice

Third-person singular
voices

Past tense
voiced

Past participle
voiced

Present participle
voicing

  1. To say a thought, articulate.
    The president voiced her disagreement.

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