dictation definition

  • noun:
    • The work or procedure of dictating material to some other for transcription.
    • The material therefore dictated.
    • An authoritative demand or purchase.
    • dictating, the entire process of talking for some other person to jot down the words
    • an action in school where the instructor reads a passage aloud and students write it down
    • the work of ordering or commanding
    • requests given in an overbearing manner
    • The act of dictating; the act or practice of prescribing; also whatever is determined.
    • The talking to, or even the giving instructions to, in an overbearing manner; authoritative utterance.
    • The act or training of dictating, directing, or recommending: because, he published the passage during the instructor's dictation.
    • Authoritative command or control; good or arbitrary prescription, way, or purchase: as, his dictation introduced matters into great confusion.
    • Synonyms Injunction, prescription, path.
    • speech meant for reproduction written down
    • an authoritative course or training to complete anything
    • matter that is dictated and transcribed; a dictated passageway
    • The act or means of dictating product to some other for transcription.
    • The material so dictated.
    • An authoritative command or order.
    • dictating, the entire process of talking for someone else to write down the text
    • an action in school where the teacher checks out a passage aloud therefore the students write it straight down
    • the act of purchasing or commanding
    • purchases offered in an overbearing way
    • The work of dictating; the act or training of prescribing; also that which is dictated.
    • The talking with, or perhaps the offering purchases to, in an overbearing fashion; respected utterance.
    • The act or rehearse of dictating, directing, or recommending: as, he wrote the passageway on teacher's dictation.
    • Authoritative demand or control; good or arbitrary prescription, path, or purchase: as, their dictation introduced matters into great confusion.
    • Synonyms Injunction, prescription, course.
    • address meant for reproduction on paper
    • an authoritative way or instruction to accomplish something
    • matter that is determined and transcribed; a dictated passage

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