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The example sentences of TELL in videos (15 in total of 10000)

be verb, base form careful adjective of preposition or subordinating conjunction how wh-adverb you're proper noun, singular using verb, gerund or present participle " to to tell verb, base form " someone noun, singular or mass , not adverb tell verb, base form to to , tell verb, base form someone noun, singular or mass directly adverb , okay adjective ?
tell verb, base form directors noun, plural show verb, non-3rd person singular present not adverb tell verb, base form , show noun, singular or mass not adverb tell verb, base form , show noun, singular or mass not adverb tell verb, base form , show noun, singular or mass not adverb tell verb, base form and coordinating conjunction that wh-determiner can modal be verb, base form kind noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction
money noun, singular or mass you personal pronoun have verb, non-3rd person singular present , and coordinating conjunction you personal pronoun tell verb, non-3rd person singular present your possessive pronoun roommate noun, singular or mass , you personal pronoun tell verb, non-3rd person singular present your possessive pronoun business noun, singular or mass partner noun, singular or mass , you personal pronoun tell verb, non-3rd person singular present your possessive pronoun
hey interjection yo proper noun, singular let verb, non-3rd person singular present me personal pronoun tell verb, non-3rd person singular present you personal pronoun let verb, non-3rd person singular present me personal pronoun tell verb, non-3rd person singular present you personal pronoun let verb, non-3rd person singular present me personal pronoun tell verb, non-3rd person singular present you personal pronoun let verb, non-3rd person singular present me personal pronoun tell verb, non-3rd person singular present you personal pronoun
so adverb , please verb, base form tell verb, base form me personal pronoun , please verb, base form tell verb, base form her possessive pronoun , please verb, base form tell verb, base form him personal pronoun , the determiner person noun, singular or mass indicated verb, past tense here adverb or coordinating conjunction the determiner
tell verb, base form them personal pronoun what wh-pronoun you're proper noun, singular going verb, gerund or present participle to to tell verb, base form them personal pronoun , tell verb, base form it personal pronoun to to them personal pronoun , tell verb, base form them personal pronoun what wh-pronoun you personal pronoun told verb, past tense them personal pronoun .
tell verb, base form me personal pronoun why wh-adverb tell verb, base form me personal pronoun why wh-adverb a determiner small adjective voice noun, singular or mass will modal tell verb, base form me personal pronoun why wh-adverb
there existential there you personal pronoun go verb, non-3rd person singular present so preposition or subordinating conjunction we personal pronoun tell verb, non-3rd person singular present the determiner truth noun, singular or mass we personal pronoun just adverb tell verb, non-3rd person singular present it personal pronoun we personal pronoun tell verb, non-3rd person singular present the determiner truth noun, singular or mass
so adverb tell verb, base form your possessive pronoun friends noun, plural tell verb, non-3rd person singular present your possessive pronoun family noun, singular or mass tell verb, base form your possessive pronoun loved verb, past participle ones noun, plural tell verb, non-3rd person singular present everyone noun, singular or mass because preposition or subordinating conjunction you're proper noun, singular a determiner gal adjective pro foreign word
tell verb, base form your possessive pronoun friends noun, plural tell verb, non-3rd person singular present your possessive pronoun family noun, singular or mass tell verb, base form your possessive pronoun loved verb, past participle ones noun, plural tell verb, non-3rd person singular present everyone noun, singular or mass tell verb, base form some determiner random adjective person noun, singular or mass smoking noun, singular or mass
tell verb, base form your possessive pronoun family noun, singular or mass tell verb, base form your possessive pronoun loved verb, past participle ones noun, plural tell verb, non-3rd person singular present everyone noun, singular or mass update noun, singular or mass 20 cardinal number thank verb, base form you personal pronoun for preposition or subordinating conjunction your possessive pronoun comment verb, base form
a determiner bit noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner restless adjective leg noun, singular or mass syndrome noun, singular or mass pro foreign word so adverb tell verb, base form your possessive pronoun friends noun, plural tell verb, non-3rd person singular present your possessive pronoun family noun, singular or mass tell verb, base form your possessive pronoun loved verb, past participle ones noun, plural tell verb, non-3rd person singular present
tell verb, base form them personal pronoun only adverb the determiner facts noun, plural , tell verb, base form them personal pronoun what wh-pronoun you personal pronoun need verb, non-3rd person singular present from preposition or subordinating conjunction them personal pronoun and coordinating conjunction tell verb, base form them personal pronoun why wh-adverb ?
you personal pronoun are verb, non-3rd person singular present a determiner period noun, singular or mass pain noun, singular or mass pro foreign word so adverb tell verb, base form your possessive pronoun friends noun, plural tell verb, non-3rd person singular present your possessive pronoun family noun, singular or mass tell verb, base form your possessive pronoun loved verb, past participle ones noun, plural tell verb, non-3rd person singular present
going verb, gerund or present participle to to be verb, base form a determiner pulse noun, singular or mass oximeter noun, singular or mass pronoun noun, singular or mass so adverb tell verb, base form your possessive pronoun friends noun, plural tell verb, non-3rd person singular present your possessive pronoun family noun, singular or mass tell verb, base form your possessive pronoun loved verb, past participle ones noun, plural tell verb, non-3rd person singular present

Use "tell" in a sentence | "tell" example sentences

How to use "tell" in a sentence?

  • I'm a joke comic. I tell jokes. I like writing a joke, and I like when a joke works, and I like other comics who tell jokes.
    -Dave Attell-
  • You can always tell folks from nonfolks. Folks like to feel good, like to smile for the camera when there's a big photo opportunity for a really good cause.
    -Russell Baker-
  • I like to make money, I like to have nice things. But I love to act, I love to tell stories.
    -Shemar Moore-
  • Safer than we are.” I told Franny. “Safer than love.” “let me tell ya kid,” Franny said to me, squeezing my hand. “Everything’s safer than love.
    -John Irving-
  • You can tell by the applause: There's perfunctory applause, there's light applause, and then there's real applause. When it's right, applause sounds like vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce.
    -Skitch Henderson-
  • Tell me I'm beautiful, it's nothing. Tell me I'm intellectual - I know it. Tell me I'm funny and it's the greatest compliment in the world anyone could give me.
    -Julie Newmar-
  • Tell her that you love her hair, that you love her skin, her lips, because, in truth, you love them more than you love your own.
    -Junot Diaz-
  • If this was a normal cover for a normal book,I would tell it's FANTASTIC!GRIPPING! (according to all book covers they're fantastic and gripping)
    -Pseudonymous Bosch-

Definition and meaning of TELL

What does "tell mean?"

/tel/

tell

noun
unconscious action that is thought to betray attempted deception.
verb
To order someone to do something; command.

What are synonyms of "tell"?
Some common synonyms of "tell" are:
  • inform,
  • notify,
  • apprise,
  • advise,
  • brief,
  • alert,
  • warn,
  • forewarn,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/inˈfôrm/

inform
verb

To give information or facts about something.

/ˈnōdəˌfī/

notify
verb

To inform; to communicate specific information.

/əˈprīz/

apprise
verb

inform or tell.

/ədˈvīz/

advise
verb

To suggest what would be helpful.

/brēf/

brief
adjective noun verb

of short duration. concise statement or summary. To give information/instructions before a meeting.

/əˈlərt/

alert
adjective noun verb

Being aware and able to respond quickly. watchful state. warn of danger.

/wôrn/

warn
verb

inform someone in advance of possible danger.

/fôrˈwôrn/

forewarn
verb

To warn or give early warning in advance.

Phrases and Idioms that contain "tell"

hear tell

To be told (about) or learn (of something). Typically followed by "of" or "t ...

To be told (about) or learn (of something). Typically followed by "of" or "that."

tell apart

distinguish or separate one from another.

distinguish or separate one from another.

tell on

inform someone of the misdemeanors of someone else.

inform someone of the misdemeanors of someone else.

tell tales

make known or gossip about another person's secrets, wrongdoings, or faults.

make known or gossip about another person's secrets, wrongdoings, or faults.

tell of

give an account of someone or something.

give an account of someone or something.