Noun(1) extended verbal expression in speech or writing(2) an address of a religious nature (usually delivered during a church service(3) an extended communication (often interactive
Verb(1) to consider or examine in speech or writing(2) carry on a conversation(3) talk at length and formally about a topic
(1) In speaking the academic discourse of philosophy, the debaters have lost their discursive, if not their literal, accents.(2) The preservation discourse speaks to the practice of individual responsibility for maintaining health.(3) The idea has also entered the public discourse , influencing debates on school curriculums and standardised tests.(4) They are an expression of ideas, a discussion, a debate, a discourse .(5) Just a short discourse and then this topic is closed on my blog henceforth.(6) So what are the fruits of our actions in the political discourse ?(7) There was scarcely a subject on which he could not discourse with humor and invention, from the depressive mood of the country to its other civic troubles.(8) The investigation focused on how non-native speakers use intonation to signal meaning in the structure of their discourse .(9) It also allowed him to discourse on an important phenomenon that was gaining prominence at the time: the conflict between piety and wealth.(10) a discourse on critical theory(11) However, it's an interesting discourse on an unusual writing career.(12) My son will deliver a discourse on a Torah topic, and each of his grandfathers will say a few words.(13) the language of political discourse(14) Although some readers would have liked to see additional chapters on discourse and pragmatics, I have kept the same choice of topics.(15) One can imagine the consequences to the political discourse .(16) His success with women is not to be wondered at: whatever might be their interests, he had the range of information and experience that gave him the ability to discourse knowledgeably on almost any topic under the sun.
(1) discourse marker :: marciwr disgwrs
1. discussion ::
2. essay ::
4. hold forth ::
5. converse ::
6. talk about ::
Different Formsdiscourse, discoursed, discourses, discoursing
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A 30-minute DISCOURSE
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English to Welsh Dictionary: discourse
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