[ US /ˈnɛˌɹeɪt/ ]
[ UK /nɐɹˈeɪt/ ]
[ UK /nɐɹˈeɪt/ ]
- provide commentary for a film, for example
narrate or give a detailed account of
The father told a story to his child
Tell what happened
How To Use narrate In A Sentence
- I haven’t got a problem with the narrater, he’s obviously romanticized or the opposite, in this case, but he’s an interesting person, so I’m not adverse to hearing his side of things. “The Worst Book I Have Read in the Past Three Years” : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits
- It was also an interdenominational event and readers from both church communities narrated the passion story.
- In 11 volumes published between 1888 and 1894, and many years later widely published in a condensed edition, the narrator's adventures in the London demimonde are narrated in such detail as ultimately to become tiresome rather than titillating. Deborah Lutz's "Pleasure Bound," on Victorian sex rebels
- A video clip from a Fuji TV news report narrates the story of Sidival Furuzawa Pereira, a homeless man in Hamamatsu, Japan. Global Voices in English » Global Recession: The world is talking. Are we listening?
- Their stories are narrated with sharp adroitness and lessons are drawn that apply to our modern-day craving for supermen and saviours.
- The video is narrated by a well-known announcer from the local classical music station: From Hadyn to Hip Hop: Music at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - video
- One by one the witnesses narrated the sequence of events which led up to the disaster.
- All historical writings, even those which deal with complicated and abstract ideas, narrate stories about people and their lives.
- First US county-level obesity rates show Alabama, Mississippi communities at top, CDC says WASHINGTON - A fatty acid in the brain, called palmitate, is what makes us memorize the stories which our grandmothers used to narrate to us, says a new study. Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
- These works generally narrate events of the century 930–1030, and thus antecede the composition of the sagas by at least 200 years.