out loud

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  1. (idiomatic) Using the voice; not silently; aloud.
    The teacher asked her students to take turns reading the story out loud to the rest of the class.
    • 2023 September 20, Nigel Harris, “Comment Special: And it's goodbye from me...”, in RAIL, page 4:
      I received countless private phone calls from very senior railwaymen and women, all with the same message: "Please carry on what you're doing. You are saying what we are all thinking but dare not say. You have our support, but we just can't voice it out loud."


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