• To produce (speech or other sounds) with one's voice.
  • To reveal or express (an idea, thought, desire, etc.) with speech.
  • To produce (a noise) (of an inanimate object).
  • To spit or blow (something) out of one's mouth.
  • To emit or give off (breath).
  • To shed (a tear or tears).
  • To offer (something) for sale; to sell.
  • To put (currency) into circulation.
  • To show (something that has been hidden); to reveal the identity of (someone).
  • To send or put (something) out.


  • From Old English ūtera, comparative of ūt. Compare outer.
  • Partly from out, partly from Middle Dutch uteren.

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