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  1. nar·rate
    IPA[ˈnerˌāt]
  2. verb

    • 1. give a spoken or written account of:

      the voyages, festivities, and intrigues are narrated with unflagging gusto the tough-but-sensitive former bouncer narrates much of the story
    • 2. provide a spoken commentary to accompany (a movie, broadcast, piece of music, etc.):

      the series is narrated by Richard Baker
  3. Variation

    • v.: verb: narrate, 3rd person present: narrates, gerund or present participle: narrating, past tense: narrated, past participle: narrated

    • verb

      give a spoken or written account of:

      deliver a commentary to accompany (a film, broadcast, piece of music, etc.):

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