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英和・和英

voice

参照:研究社

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 a 【不可算名詞】 [種類には 【可算名詞】] (特に人間の)声,音声.
 b 【可算名詞】 〔人間にたとえた自然物の〕声,音(おと), 音() 〔of〕.
 c 【可算名詞】 [通例単数形で] (人間の言葉にたとえた天・理法の)声,知らせ,お告げ; (主義などの)表明者,代弁者 〔of〕.
2 【不可算名詞】 [また a voice] 発言(権), 投票権; 決定[選択]権; 意見 〔in〕.
3 【不可算名詞】 [また one's voice] 声を出す力,物を言いたい欲望,物を言う力.
4 【可算名詞】 【音楽】
 a (歌を歌う)声; (合唱部の)歌手; 声部.
 b 歌唱力; 音声の使用法.
5 【不可算名詞】 【音声】 有声音,声 《母音,/b,g,z,m/など; cf. breath 5》.
6 【可算名詞】 [通例単数形で] 【文法】 態.

名詞としての「voice」のイディオムやフレーズ

fínd one's vóice
gìve vóice to…
in (góod) vóice
líft úp one's vóice
ráise one's vóice
the Vóice of América
with óne vóice

【他動詞】
1 〈感情・意見などを〉(力強く)言い表わす,表明する.
2 【音声】〈子音を〉有声音で発音する,有声化する (cf. voiced 2).
[ラテン語 vōx,vōc‐ 「声」の意]

音節voice発音記号・読み方vɔ́ɪs変化複voic・es{~ɪz}声▷名詞1a
声を出す能力▷名詞2
発言権▷名詞3a
意見▷名詞4
名詞1
a(人の)声,音声

 pitch one's voice
声を高くする[落とす]
 I'm sure I heard voices outside.
私は確かに外で人の声がするのを聞いた
 His voice shook with excitement.
彼の声は興奮で震えていた
 His voice still hasn't broken.
彼はまだ声変わりしていない

b声の質[調子]

 She has a very clear voice.
彼女ははっきりした声をしている
 A man spoke to me in a friendly voice.
1人の男性が親しみのある声で私に話し掛けてきた

2((ふつうone's ~))声を出す能力

 He got a sore throat and lost his voice.
彼は喉(のど)を痛めて声が出なくなった
 She was so shocked at the news that she couldn't find her voice for a while.
彼女はその知らせに非常に驚いてしばらくことばが出なかった

3a((またa ~))〈…における〉発言権;〈…における〉投票権;〈…における〉影響力〈in〉

 You have a voice in the management of this company.
あなたにはこの会社の経営についての発言権がある[ない]

b((ふつうthe ~))((かたい))代弁者[組織]

 He became the voice of the workers.
彼は労働者の意見の代弁者となった

4(表明された)意見,意思,要望;((かたい))(見解・感情などの)表明,表現

 the voice of the majority
多数派[少数派]の意見
 the voice of experience
経験に基づく意見
 a dissenting voice
反対意見
 My voice against the proposal was ignored.
その提案に反対[賛成]する私の意見は無視された
 His love of nature finds voice in song.
彼の自然に対する愛情は歌に表れている

5(人間の声に似た風や動物などの)音;(理性・神などの)声,お告げ

 the voice of reason
理性[良心]の声
 an inner voice
内なる声

6((the ~))≪文法≫(動詞の)態

 the active voice
能動[受動]態

7≪音声≫有声音(母音やb, d, mなどの子音を発音するとき声帯の振動を伴って発せられる音)
8≪音楽≫(曲の)声部;歌手

 a piece for three voices
3つの声部から成る曲
 a soprano voice
ソプラノの声

成句at the top of |one|'|s| voice
声を限りにして

 I shouted for help at the top of my voice.
私はあらん限りの声で助けを求めて叫んだ

成句be in good [poor] voice
声の調子が良い[良くない],声がよく出ている[あまり出ていない]
成句give voice to ...
((かたい))(感情や表現など)をことばで表現する,口に出して言う,表明する

 The committee gave voice to their disbelief.
委員たちは不信を表明した

成句make |one|'|s| voice heard
自分の気持ちをわかってもらう;自分の考え[決定]を聞き入れてもらう
成句raise |one|'|s| voice
①〈…に対して〉(怒りなどで)声を荒げる,声を張り上げる〈to/at〉
②〈…に〉抗議する,反対する,苦情[不平]を述べる〈against〉
成句with one voice
((かたい))満場一致で,全員同意の上で,異口同音に

 They accepted the proposal with one voice.
彼らは全員一致でその提案を受け入れた

動詞
他動詞1(見解・感情など)をことばで表す,表明する,表現する

 He voiced his concerns to us.
彼は我々に対する懸念を述べた

2≪音声≫…を有声音で発音する
3(オルガンなど)を調律する

結びつき
【形】+voice/beautiful美しい/deep太く低い/faint弱々しい/high, high‐pitched高い/huskyしゃがれた/loud大きな/low, low‐pitched低い/resonant朗々たる/rich豊かな/rough, harsh耳障りな/soft, gentle優しい/shrillかん高い/sweet甘い,きれいな


【名詞】
声, 発声能力, 音, 音声, 歌手, 歌声
用例I could hear voices in the next room.
印欧語根
wekw-話すことを表す(例 voice)。
語幹vokeの由来として、呼ぶことを表す。
さらに、言葉、歌を表すこともある。

接尾辞
-ice行為・状態・性質などを表す名詞を造る


voice

参照:日外アソシエーツ

【名詞】
音声; 声
人間が聞くことのできる音,音声を表わし,だいたい20Hzぐらいから20kHz程度の周波数帯域の音波のこと.

音声

voice

参照:科学技術振興機構

声; 有声音; 話し声; 喉; ボイス; 発言権; 音声; 人声

音声

*** シソーラス 共起表現 Scholar, Entrez, Google, WikiPedia
声, 音声
関連語
phonetic, phonic, vocal
同義語(異表記)
Voice
音声


voice

参照:情報通信研究機構

【動詞】
1
言い表す
(give voice to)
He voiced his concern 彼は懸念を声に出した
2
振動する声帯で声を発する
(utter with vibrating vocal chords)
【名詞】
1
何かが表現されたり伝達されたりする手段や仲介者
(a means or agency by which something is expressed or communicated)
the voice of the law 法の代弁者
the Times is not the voice of New York タイムズはニューヨークの声ではない
conservatism has many voices 保守主義は、多くの声を持つ
2
人が話すときの明確に区別できる特性、音の高さ、状態
(the distinctive quality or pitch or condition of a person's speech)
A shrill voice sounded behind us 私たちの後ろから、かん高い声が聞こえた
3
話す能力
(the ability to speak)
he lost his voice 彼は声が出なくなった
4
多声音楽で、特定の声または楽器による音楽
(the melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music)
5
首尾一貫した発言による表現
(expressing in coherent verbal form)
I gave voice to my feelings 私は思うところを口に出した
6
声道で調節される声帯の振動によって生じる音
(the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract)
a singer takes good care of his voice 歌手は声を大事にする
7
表現の手段となるときには言葉を想起させるもの
(something suggestive of speech in being a medium of expression)
the wee small voice of conscience 良心の小さな声
the voice of experience 経験者の意見
he said his voices told him to do it 彼はその声がそれをするようにそそのかしたと言った
8
声の発言が示唆される音
(a sound suggestive of a vocal utterance)
the noisy voice of the waterfall 滝の騒がしい声
the incessant voices of the artillery 銃の絶え間ない人間の声のような音
9
人の方針または目的を表現する代弁者
(an advocate who represents someone else's policy or purpose)
10
歌手
(a singer)
he wanted to hear trained voices sing it 彼は訓練された歌手がそれを歌うのを聴きたかった
11
動詞が意味する行動に対する動詞の文法的主語の文法関係(能動的な、または受動的な)
(the grammatical relation (active or passive) of the grammatical subject of a verb to the action that the verb denotes)
「voice」に関する類語一覧

voice

参照:情報通信研究機構

音;声;音声

voice

参照:日中韓辭典研究所

声,声音,態,音声

voice

参照:クロスランゲージ

声調; 声部; 声域; 人声; 発言権; 声質; 発声; 態; 音声; 調律
ヴォイス

voice

参照:Weblio

訳語 音声

voice

参照:日外アソシエーツ

声;述べる;声明;声音;吐露;一声;喉;発言権;音声;音吐

voice

参照:Weblio

音声
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voice

参照:Weblio

声, 聲, ヴォイス, 代弁者, 代辯者, 一声, 態, ボイス, 音声, 音吐
態; ヴォイス
ボイス (テレビドラマ)




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voice

参照:Wiktionary

別の表記

 voyce (廃れた用法)

発音

 IPA(key): /vɔɪs/
 韻: -ɔɪs

語源 1

From Middle English voice, voys, vois, borrowed from Anglo-Norman voiz, voys, voice, Old French vois, voiz (Modern French voix), from Latin vōcem, accusative form of vōx (“voice”), from Proto-Indo-European *wṓkʷs, root noun from *wekʷ- (“to utter, speak”). Cognate with Sanskrit वाच् (vāc), Ancient Greek ὄψ (óps), Persian آواز‎ (âvâz). Displaced native Middle English steven (“voice”), from 古期英語 stefn (see steven). Compare advocate, advowson, avouch, convoke, epic, vocal, vouch, vowel.

名詞

voice (複数形 voices)
 Sound uttered by the mouth, especially by human beings in speech or song; sound thus uttered considered as possessing some special quality or character

The human voice is the oldest musical instrument in history.


She has a pleasant voice.


His low voice allowed hum to become a bass in the choir.


 2011 April 10, Alistair Magowan, “Aston Villa 1 - 0 Newcastle”, in BBC Sport[1]:

Villa chief executive Paul Faulkner had backed manager Houllier during the week and asked for the fans to get behind their team as they looked to steer themselves away from the relegation zone.
To that end, the home supporters were in good voice to begin with, but it was Newcastle who started the game in the ascendancy, with Barton putting a diving header over the top from Jose Enrique's cross.


 (Can we date this quote?) Geoffrey Chaucer

He with a manly voice saith his message.

 (Can we date this quote?) — Shakespeare, King Lear, V-iii

Her voice was ever soft, Gentle, and low; an excellent thing in woman.

 (Can we date this quote?) — Shakespeare, Henry V, V-ii

Thy voice is music.

 (Can we date this quote?) — John Milton

Join thy voice unto the angel choir.

 (phonetics) Sound made through vibration of the vocal cords; sonant, or intonated, utterance; tone; — distinguished from mere breath sound as heard in whispering and voiceless consonants.
 The tone or sound emitted by an object
 (Can we date this quote?)— 1 Kings 19:12

After the fire a still small voice.

 (Can we date this quote?) — Job 40:9

Canst thou thunder with a voice like him?

 (Can we date this quote?) — Psalms 93:3

The floods have lifted up their voice.

 (Can we date this quote?) — Joseph Addison

O Marcus, I am warm’d; my heart Leaps at the trumpet’s voice.

 The faculty or power of utterance

to cultivate the voice


 That which is communicated; message; meaning.
 (Can we date this quote?) — Galatians 4:20

I desire to be present with you now, and to change my voice; for I stand in doubt of you.

 (Can we date this quote?) — Shakespeare, Macbeth, V-vii

My voice is in my sword.

 (Can we date this quote?), Bishop Fell

Let us call on God in the voice of his church.

 An expressed opinion, choice, will, desire, or wish; the right or ability to make such expression or to have it considered
 (Can we date this quote?) — Shakespeare, Coriolanus, II-iii

Sicinius. How now, my masters! have you chose this man? / 1st Citizen. He has our voices, sir.

 Some laws ordain, and some attend the choice / Of holy senates, and elect by voice. — John Dryden
 Regan, Helen; Olarn, Kocha (2019-03-24), “Thailand's youth demand change ahead of elections”, in CNN[2], Cable News Network, retrieved 2019-03-24

Like many of the 7 million other first time voters, she came of age during half a decade of military rule that has governed the country since former general turned Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha seized power in a 2014 coup. "We have had our voice taken away for five years," she says.


 (archaic) Command; precept.
 (Can we date this quote?) — Deuteronomy 8:20

So shall ye perish; because ye would not be obedient unto the voice of the Lord your God.

 One who speaks; a speaker.
 (Can we date this quote?) — Alfred Tennyson

A potent voice of Parliament.

 (literature) A particular style or way of writing that expresses a certain tone or feeling.
 (grammar) A particular way of inflecting or conjugating verbs, or a particular form of a verb, by means of which is indicated the relation of the subject of the verb to the action which the verb expresses.

The verbal system of Latin has two voices, active and passive.


 2012, Drew Arlen Mannetter, I Came, I Saw, I Translated: An Accelerated Method for Learning Classical Latin in the 21st Century, page 197:

There are four tenses of the subjunctive (present, perfect, imperfect, かつ pluperfect) and three voices (active, passive, かつ deponent). [...] See 12.8 for the formation of the deponent voice.

 (music) In harmony, an independent vocal or instrumental part in a piece of composition.

The theme of this piece constantly migrates between the three voice parts.


 (Internet, IRC) A flag associated with a user on a channel, determining whether or not they can send messages to the channel.
 1999, "Cory McWilliams", IRC Oddities (on newsgroup alt.irc)

True, better clients will remember that a person had a voice before they were opped and will return the + when they are deopped, but that doesn't solve the problem.

同意語
 (sound of human speech): steven, reard
 (opinion): steven, vote, say-so
 (voice of verbs): diathesis, gender (of verbs), grammatical voice, verbal voice
派生語
Terms derived from voice (noun)
 chest voice
 devoice
 find one's voice
 head voice
 tone of voice
 undervoice
 voice actor
 voiced
 voice glide
 voice in the wilderness
 voiceless
 voice of the toothless one
 voice recognition
 with one voice
 
Grammatical terms derived from voice (noun)
 active voice
 middle voice
 neuter voice
 passive voice
 

語源 2

From Middle English voysen, voicen, from the noun (see above).

動詞

voice (三人称単数 現在形 voices, 現在分詞 voicing, 過去形および過去分詞形 voiced)
 (transitive) To give utterance or expression to; to utter; to publish; to announce

He voiced the sentiments of the nation.

 (Can we date this quote?) — Francis Bacon

Rather assume thy right in silence and . . . then voice it with claims and challenges.

 (Can we date this quote?) — Francis Bacon

It was voiced that the king purposed to put to death Edward Plantagenet.

 (transitive, phonology) To utter audibly, with tone and not just breath.
 (transitive) To fit for producing the proper sounds; to regulate the tone of

voice the pipes of an organ

 (transitive, obsolete) To vote; to elect; to appoint
 (intransitive, obsolete) To clamor; to cry out
 (Can we find かつ add a quotation of South to this entry?)
 (transitive, Internet) To assign the voice flag to a user on IRC, permitting them to send messages to the channel.
 (television, film) To act as a voice actor to portray a character.
 2012 April 26, Tasha Robinson, “Film: Reviews: The Pirates! Band Of Misfits :”, in The Onion AV Club[3]:

The openly ridiculous plot has The Pirate Captain (Hugh Grant) scheming to win the Pirate Of The Year competition, even though he’s a terrible pirate, far outclassed by rivals voiced by Jeremy Piven and Salma Hayek.


関連する語
Terms etymologically related to the noun or verb voice
 vocable
 vocabulary
 vocal
 vocalization
 vocalize
 vocation