peroration

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19:56 Dec 16, 2019
English to Latvian translations [PRO]
Social Sciences - Linguistics
Additional field(s): General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters, Poetry & Literature, Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc., Slang
English term or phrase: peroration
Definition from Oxford dictionary:
The concluding part of a speech, typically intended to inspire enthusiasm in the audience.

Example sentence(s):
  • Motioning the startled min­ister to stand aside, the aged stranger improvises a bitter peroration that makes clear the true meaning of the prayer. Harper's magazine
  • When Stubbs gave his inaugural lecture at Oxford in 1867, he concluded his peroration somewhat defiantly. History Today
  • The press and the makers of movies have one common enemy, he said: marketing. On this subject he delivered a truly energized peroration. The Washington Post
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uzruna


Definition from Oxford Living Dictionaries:
2. Īsa runa, ievada vārdi, ar kuriem (kāds) vēršas pie klausītājiem.
‘Pēc konferences vadītāja uzrunas sākās referāti’
‘Īsa, dedzīga uzruna’

Example sentence(s):
  • 2. Īsa runa, ievada vārdi, ar kuriem (kāds) vēršas pie klausītājiem. ‘Pēc konferences vadītāja uzrunas sākās referāti’ ‘Īsa, dedzīga uzruna’ - Oxford Living Dictionaries  
  • Uzrunas [...] Valsts prezidenta [...] uzruna - LR Saeimas stenogrammas  
  • Jaunais Latvijas Valsts prezidents Egils Levits savā uzrunā pie Brīvības pieminekļa akcentēja Brīvības piemineklī iekaltās vērtības [...] - LSM portāls  

Explanation:
Definīcijā vajadzētu papildināt: ievada vai nobeiguma vārdi
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