speech

speech
n
речь; выступление

to carry smb's speech live on nationwide radio and television — вести прямую передачу чьей-л. речи по центральному радио и телевидению

to deliver a speech — произносить речь

to exchange speeches — обмениваться речами

to give a speech — выступать с речью; произносить речь

to hear an emotional speech by smb — выслушивать чью-л. эмоциональную речь

to interrupt smb's speech — прерывать чью-л. речь

to lessen the impact of a speech — уменьшать воздействие чьей-л. речи

to make a speech — произносить речь

to make a wide-ranging speech — касаться в своей речи целого ряда вопросов

to pick a theme for one's speech — выбирать тему для своей речи

to rehearse one's speech — репетировать свою речь

to respond negatively to a speech — отрицательно реагировать на какую-л. речь

to study smb's speech in detail — внимательно изучать чью-л. речь

to televise a speech live — вести прямую телепередачу речи

to unite in praise of smb's speech — совместно хвалить чье-л. выступление

- accusatory speech
- arresting speech
- austerity speech
- bitter speech
- blunt speech
- brilliant speech
- campaign speech
- capital speech
- cautiously worded speech
- closing speech
- concession speech
- conciliatory speech
- concluding speech
- curtailment of free speech
- delivery of a speech
- disappointing speech
- emotional speech
- epoch-making speech
- faculty of speech
- fiery speech
- fighting speech
- flaming speech
- foreign policy speech
- free speech
- hard-hitting speech
- hard-line speech
- historic speech
- hot speech
- in connection with the previous speech
- inaugural speech
- inauguration speech
- inflammatory speech
- introductory speech
- keynote speech
- lack-luster speech
- maiden speech
- major policy speech
- much quoted speech
- one minute speech
- opening speech
- peaceful speech
- policy-making speech
- ponderous speech
- powerful speech
- rebellious speeches
- repression of free speech
- resignation speech
- sapid speech
- seditious speech
- self-critical speech
- speech couched in general terms
- speech for the defense
- speech from the throne
- speech in reply
- speech of welcome
- speech on European matters
- speech received a mixed reception
- speech was well received
- state-of-the-nation speech
- stirring speech
- substantial speech
- televised speech
- tenor of smb's speech
- tough speech
- UN speech
- uncompromising speech
- unscheduled speech
- valedictory speech
- victory speech
- violent speech
- welcoming speech
- whistle stop speech
- wide-ranging speech

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

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