Synonyms of voice in English:

voice


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noun

1‘there was great dismay when the starlet lost her voice’

SYNONYMS
power of speech
powers of articulation

2‘he gave voice to the anger and frustration of urban youth’

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expression, utterance, verbalization, vocalization, airing

3‘the government promised to listen to the voice of the people’

SYNONYMS
opinion, view, comment, feeling, wish, desire, vote, input
one's say
informal one's twopence worth, one's twopenn'orth

4‘the body could be a powerful voice for conservation’

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mouthpiece, forum, organ, agency, agent, representative, spokesperson, spokesman, spokeswoman, frontman, intermediary, medium, vehicle, instrument, channel, means of expression

verb

1‘councillors voiced their opposition to the proposal’

SYNONYMS
express, give expression to, vocalize, give voice to, put in words, give utterance to, communicate, declare, state, set forth, bring into the open, make public, assert, divulge, reveal, proclaim, announce, raise, air, ventilate, vent, give vent to, pour out, mention, talk of, point out, go into
utter, say, speak, articulate, enunciate, pronounce, mouth
British table
informal come out with