Idiom:  out loud

Meaning 

Idiom:  out loud

  • to voice something so others can hear it


Example sentences

  • When I told my mother I needed a $300 per week she laughed out loud and told me to get a job.
  • If you want to improve your English speaking skills, read to yourself out loud for 15-20 minutes a day.
  • When we were in school we had to stand up and say the Pledge of Allegiance of the United States out loud every morning.
  • My girlfriend said I was talking out loud in my sleep and i'm terrified of what I said.
  • Writing ILU in a text message is lame. If you really love me then say it out loud.
  • When my baby first said "mama" out loud it was the sweetest thing I'd ever heard.
  • Say you're sorry out loud so your brother can hear it.
  • A: What did you say?  B: Nothing. Sorry, I was just thinking out loud.
  • I laughed out loud when my professor started talking about his female admirers.

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