Words - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈwɝːdz|  American pronunciation of the word words
Brit.  |ˈwɜːdz|  British pronunciation of the word words
- this word is used as a present tense form (he/she/it) of the verbto word
- this word is used as a plural form of the nounword

noun

- the words that are spoken

I listened to his words very closely

- the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number(syn: language, lyric)

he wrote both words and music

- language that is spoken or written

he has a gift for words
she put her thoughts into words

- an angry dispute(syn: dustup, quarrel, row, run-in, wrangle)

they had words

- words making up the dialogue of a play (syn: speech)

Examples

She took the words right out of my mouth.

She said a few words about his last book.

It's too beautiful word words.

Hard words break no bones. посл.

I listened to his words very closely

he wrote both words and music

he has a gift for words

she put her thoughts into words

I said three words before he interrupted me again.

I don't know the words to that song.

I'd love to sing along, only I don't know the words.

Don't distort what she meant by taking her words out of context.

Much of what people think they know about words is inaccurate or downright false

Definitions tell you the meanings of words; examples show you how the words are used.

Our teacher often used words I didn't know.

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