|1.||[ verb ] convert into a verb|
"many English nouns, such as ``transfer'', have become verbalized"
|Related terms:||convert language|
|2.||[ verb ] be verbose|
"This lawyer verbalizes and is rather tedious"
|Related terms:||talk talk|
|3.||[ verb ] articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise|
|Synonyms:||express utter verbalise give_tongue_to|
"She expressed her anger" "He uttered a curse"
|Related terms:||state say raise curse wish exclaim represent drop voice clamor pour_out hurl venture pooh-pooh marvel breathe vociferate get_off utterance utterer|
|4.||[ verb ] express in speech|
|Synonyms:||speak talk mouth utter verbalise|
"She talks a lot of nonsense" "This depressed patient does not verbalize"
|Related terms:||communicate shout sing whisper deliver mumble murmur read speak_of begin snap stutter bumble blurt_out babble cackle chant rant bark bay gulp yack chatter snivel hiss drone rasp speak_up inflect verbalise enthuse generalize whiff phonate troll speak_in_tongues lip_off swallow open_up chatter blubber peep slur rant speak_up verbalise talk mouth speaker speech sass utterance speaking talk verbalization mouthpiece|