(verb) a combonation of the words pronounce and enunciate, when someone uses improper sounds and clarity of speech when talking. A drunk will probably have a difficult time prenunciating correctly.
drunk: "Heyaa git mea somor byer!" ::belch::
bartender: "I'm sorry could you repeat that sir?"
customer: "I think he wants a refill."
customer #2: "I can never pronunciate right when I'm drunk either."
A merging of the words "pronounce" and "enunciate" that emphasizes the gist of each's meaning. Basically, it means to speak more clearly.
I can't hear what you're saying. Pronunciate! And I don't need a dictionary, if that's what I think you said.
To pronounce your words carefully, and with meaning.
Not to be confused with enunciate. Do not let people fool you when they say "Hey! That isn't a word!"
On the contrary, pronunciate IS a word and forever SHALL be a word no matter what they say.
"Bob, please pronunciate your words! I can't understand a single thing you are saying because you are mumbling!"
Pronounce and annunciate at the same time.
John Paul and Michael always tell John to pronunciate his words.
to enunciate an entire phrase correctly
To make declaration; to utter on opinion; to speak with confidence.
Learn to pronunciate you foreign bastard!