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How to Pronounce Comments: Learn how to pronounce Comments in English correctly

Learn how to say Comments correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word comment:

noun
a verbal or written remark expressing an opinion or reaction:
you asked for comments on the new proposals
[mass noun]:
the plans were sent to the council for comment
[mass noun] discussion, especially of a critical nature, of an issue or event:
the exhibition has aroused comment
an indirect expression of the views of the writer of a play, book, film, etc.:
she denies that the film is a comment on the perils of celebrity
an explanatory note in a book or other written text:
additional notes and comments
archaic a written explanation or commentary.
Computing a piece of text placed within a program to help other users to understand it, which the computer ignores when running the program.
verb
[reporting verb]
express an opinion or reaction in speech or writing:
[with clause]:
teachers commented that children of all abilities would benefit
[no object]:
the company would not comment on the venture
[with direct speech]:
‘She’s an independent soul,’ he commented
[with object] Computing place a piece of explanatory text within (a program) to assist other users:
the only way to solve the problem is to code for the hardware directly—just make sure that it’s clearly commented
[with object] Computing turn (part of a program) into a comment so that the computer ignores it when running the program:
you could try commenting out that line
Phrases
no comment
used in refusing to answer a question, especially in a sensitive situation:
I spent the day saying ‘No comment’ to every reporter
Derivatives
commenter
noun
Origin:
late Middle English (in the senses ‘expository treatise’ and ‘explanatory note’): from Latin commentum ‘contrivance’ (in late Latin also ‘interpretation’), neuter past participle of comminisci ‘devise’