remark

remark
I
n.

1) to drop, make a remark

2) a biting, catty, caustic, cutting, nasty, scathing remark

3) a casual; complimentary; cryptic; derogatory; facetious; flattering; impertinent; inane; indiscreet; off-the-cuff; passing; pithy; pointed; reassuring; sarcastic; slanderous; snide; suggestive; sullen; timely; trite; trivial; witty remark

4) one's closing, concluding; opening remarks

5) a remark that + clause (she made the remark that being interviewed was boring)

II
v.

1) (d; intr.) to remark on, upon (the visitors remarked on the excellent condition of the streets)

2) (L; to) she remarked (to us) that she found our story very strange

* * *
[rɪ'mɑːk]
caustic
complimentary
concluding
cryptic
facetious
inane
make a remark
off-the-cuff
opening remarks
pithy
pointed
sarcastic
scathing remark
slanderous
snide
sullen
timely
trite
trivial
witty remark
upon (the visitors remarked on the excellent condition of the streets)
(L; to) she remarked (to us) that she found our story very strange
(d; intr.) to remark on
a biting
a casual
one's closing
to drop
a remark that + clause (she made the remark that being interviewed was boring)

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