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Orate is an online community of public speakers and event organizers (the people who book speakers). We offer a centralized, online platform that helps event ...

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Define orate: to speak in an elevated and often pompous manner — orate in a sentence.

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Orate definition, to deliver an oration; speak pompously; declaim. See more.

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orate (third-person singular simple present orates, present participle orating, simple past and past participle orated). To speak formally; to give a speech.

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Look up orate at Dictionary.com: c. 1600, "to pray, to plead," from Latin oratus, past participle of orare "speak, pray, plead, speak before a court or assembly" ( see ...

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Jul 18, 2010 ... A yorkshire way of saying hello. Hey;Hello;Hi Can also mean "Are you alright?" if a Y is put before the O to make "Y'Orate?"

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Define orate (verb) and get synonyms. What is orate (verb)? orate (verb) meaning , pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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There are more and less appropriate situations in which to orate: a famous philosophy professor might be forgiven if she tends to orate when she's speaking  ...

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Orate definition: to make or give an oration | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.