a person who speaks.
a person who speaks formally before an audience; lecturer; orator.
(usually initial capital letter) the presiding officer of the U.S. House of Representatives, the British House of Commons, or other such legislative assembly.
Also called loudspeaker. an electroacoustic device, often housed in a cabinet, that is connected as a component in an audio system, its function being to make speech or music audible.
a book of selections for practice in declamation.
be / not be on speakers, British. speaking (defs 9, 10).
a person who speaks, esp at a formal occasion
the presiding officer in any of numerous legislative bodies, including the House of Commons in Britain and Canada and the House of Representatives in the US, Australia, and New Zealand
noun 1. the act, utterance, or discourse of a person who speaks. 2. speakings, literary works composed for recitation, as ancient bardic poetry; oral literature. adjective 3. that speaks. 4. used in, suited to, or involving speaking or talking: the speaking voice. 5. of or relating to declamation. 6. giving information as if by speech: […]
- Speaking clock
noun 1. (Brit) a telephone service that gives a precise verbal statement of the correct time
noun 1. a form of glossolalia in which a person experiencing religious ecstasy utters incomprehensible sounds that the speaker believes are a language spoken through him or her by a deity. speaking in tongues noun 1. another term for gift of tongues
- Speaking trumpet
noun 1. a trumpet-shaped instrument used to carry the voice a great distance or held to the ear by a deaf person to aid his hearing