⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'eloquent' from English to Polish
ADJ   eloquent | more eloquent | most eloquent
SYNO eloquent | facile | fluent | ...
elokwentny {adj}eloquent
1 translation
To translate another word just start typing!

Translation for 'eloquent' from English to Polish

elokwentny {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Critic Bosley Crowther called it "a keen and eloquent little picture".
  • Someday, somewhere a man will come along who will not just claim to be eloquent, but will actually be truly eloquent.
  • Edmund White considered the novel "scandalous but eloquent...metaphysical".
  • Eloquent cortex is a name used by neurologists for areas of cortex that—if removed—will result in loss of sensory processing or linguistic ability, or paralysis.
  • Colquhoun was a good classical scholar, a sound lawyer, and an eloquent pleader.
  • The Catholic writer Thomas Dempster, followed Lesley, but gave a more generous notice of Black as an eloquent speaker against Protestant heresies.
  • Rob Theakston of Allmusic stated that Brian McKnight makes an "eloquent appearance" on the song.
  • In Hong Kong he initially practiced as a barrister.   He was extrovert, eloquent and liked socialising.
  • In this role, Billault acted as an eloquent defender of imperial policy.
  • Liu has been described as an eloquent speaker, an avid reader and also a lover of cooking.
  • Pennefather was acknowledged as a fluent and eloquent speaker.
  • "The eloquent silence of Zarathustra" is an essay by Sonoda Muneto.
  • Mulford was known for her succinct and eloquent essays on breastfeeding related subjects.
  • He was also an accomplished archer, a poet and some accounts call him the most eloquent of his time.
  • Publius Canutius or Cannutius was described by Cicero as the most eloquent orator of the senatorial order.
  • His book "Measuring America" led to a series of books on American history, about which he was an eloquent speaker.
  • Fasih ([...] is an Arabic male name meaning eloquent, literary. In Persian it means wide, ample, vast.
  • He wrote back to those close to him: [...] His writing style was as such; often swift and eloquent.
© Polish-English dictionary 2023
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
Links to this dictionary or to individual translations are very welcome!