treatment to improve the speech of children who have difficulty in learning to speak, for example because of partial deafness or brain damage, or to help restore the power of speech to adults who have lost it or partly lost it through accident or illness
speech therapy n.
Treatment of speech defects and disorders, especially through use of exercises and audio-visual aids that develop new speech habits.
noun 1. a pattern, style, or feature of spoken language shared by the people of a particular group or area.
[speech-rahy-ter] /ˈspitʃˌraɪ tər/ noun 1. a person who writes speeches for others, usually for pay.
noun 1. rapidity in moving, going, traveling, proceeding, or performing; swiftness; celerity: the speed of light; the speed of sound. 2. relative rapidity in moving, going, etc.; rate of motion or progress: full speed ahead. 3. full, maximum, or optimum rate of motion: The car gets to speed in just nine seconds. 4. Automotive. a […]
- Speed bag
noun a small punching bag used for practicing quick boxing punches