10+ Phrasal Verbs with SPEAK: Speak for, Speak out, Speak up…

Phrasal verbs with SPEAK! Learn speak for, speak of, speak out, speak to, speak up with meaning, example sentences and ESL printable picture.

Phrasal Verbs with SPEAK

List of commonly used phrasal verbs with Speak in English.

Speak for, Speak for oneself Meaning & Examples

Speak for

  • Meaning: Speak on somebody’s behalf
  • Example: I think I speak for the whole group when I say that we’re glad you came.

Speak for

  • Meaning: Claim, reserve, or occupy
  • Example: Be sure to speak for a seat early, if you plan to attend.

Speak for

  • Meaning: Represent an intrinsic quality
  • Example: You really do deserve to be published – your recent articles speak for themselves.

Speak for oneself

  • Meaning: Provide an opinion only on one’s own behalf
  • Example: I’m here speaking for myself, not for my company.

Speak for oneself

  • Meaning: Expressing disagreement with an opinion expressed by another
  • Example: Speak for yourself! I think it’s a great idea.

Speak for oneself

  • Meaning: Have obvious meaning; to require no explanation
  • Example: His actions speak for themselves.

Speak of, Speak out, Speak to  Meaning & Examples

Speak of

  • Meaning: Bespeak; show; indicate; foretell; suggest
  • Example: This act speaks of his kindness.

Speak out

  • Meaning: Assert or promote one’s opinion; to make one’s thoughts known
  • Example: You should learn to speak out in meetings with your boss.

Speak to

  • Meaning: Resonate with, to feel emotionally relevant to
  • Example: His music really speaks to me.

Speak up Meaning & Examples

Speak up

  • Meaning: Talk more loudly or plainly
  • Example: Could you speak up? I can’t hear you.

Speak up

  • Meaning: Make oneself or one’s opinions known; to advocate or assert oneself
  • Example: I feel that somebody has to speak up for those oppressed by the system.

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Last Updated on April 1, 2020

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