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enunciate (something) to (one)

To speak very clearly to one; to say something very precisely to one. Can you please stop mumbling and enunciate what you're saying to me? I can't understand you otherwise.
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enunciate something to someone

to say something to someone very clearly and distinctly. Now, enunciate it to everyone, because they probably did not understand you the first time. I will enunciate it to you one more time, slowly.
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The video also enunciates on the role that Apple has taken of environmental sustainability that would continue with consistency in doing the same in the future.
The text may well produce seizures among the more delicate advocates and narrow minded practitioners of political correctness because it enunciates the older virtues of developing constitutional liberty, toleration, Empire and Monarchy and accepts the existence of the English race.
Stuart's sonero talents take each interpretation to another level, swinging in harmony with every phrase and prose that he enunciates, moving in unison with the polyrhythmic nature of the Caribbean.
As important, TEI believes the Supreme Court of Canada's decision in Stewart enunciates a clear and rational tax policy basis for distinguishing commercial activities from personal and hobby-related expenditures.
He has taken that power unto himself, as he enunciates the Bush doctrine of permanent war.
Fighting Words enunciates itself in three parts, seven chapters, numerous sections, copious notes, a glossary, and an extensive and invaluable list of works cited.
The Jones family is very happy today,'' she slowly enunciates with a thick Mexican accent.
IRS Chief Counsel Notice CC-2003-012, 12, April 9, 2003, enunciates new procedures to be used under the IRS' policy regarding requests for tax accrual and other financial audit workpapers relating to the tax reserve for deferred tax liabilities, and to footnotes disclosing contingent tax liabilities appearing on audited financial statements.
To his credit, Moore enunciates these lines carefully, and he also makes some interesting comments about the poems' compositional and biographical contexts.
His narrative style is soothing, and he enunciates clearly.