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VERB 说;讲 When you say something, you speak words.
'I'm sorry,' he said...
She said they were very impressed...
VERB (表达观点或陈述事实，否定用法表示婉转暗示某事并非事实)说，表示 You use say in expressions such as I would just like to say to introduce what you are actually saying, or to indicate that you are expressing an opinion or admitting a fact. If you state that you can't say something or you wouldn't say something, you are indicating in a polite or indirect way that it is not the case.
I would just like to say that this is the most hypocritical thing I have ever heard in my life...
I have to say I didn't even know Fox Lane Police Station existed till about four or five years ago...
VERB 告知;宣称;表明 You can mention the contents of a piece of writing by mentioning what it says or what someone says in it.
The report says there is widespread and routine torture of political prisoners in the country...
Auntie Winnie wrote back saying Mam wasn't well enough to write...
VERB (自己)想，琢磨;自忖 If you say something to yourself, you think it.
Perhaps I'm still dreaming, I said to myself...
'Keep your temper,' he said to himself.
N-SING 发言权;决定权 If you have a say in something, you have the right to give your opinion and influence decisions relating to it.
You can get married at sixteen, and yet you haven't got a say in the running of the country...
你 16 岁时可以结婚，但还无权参与国家政事。
The students wanted more say in the government of the university.
VERB (钟、刻度盘、地图等)表明，指向，显示 You indicate the information given by something such as a clock, dial, or map by mentioning what it says .
The clock said four minutes past eleven...
钟显示时间是 11 点 4 分。
The map says there's six of them.
VERB 说明;表明;表示 If something says something about a person, situation, or thing, it gives important information about them.
I think that says a lot about how well Seles is playing...
The appearance of the place and the building says something about the importance of the project.
VERB 说明，表示(…有很多优点) If something says a lot for a person or thing, it shows that this person or thing is very good or has a lot of good qualities.
It says a lot for him that he has raised his game to the level required...
It says much for Brookner's skill that the book is sad, but never depressing.
VERB (通常表示说话者认为某人优点不多)我会这样形容他们/你可以这样形容他们 You use say in expressions such as I'll say that for them and you can say this for them after or before you mention a good quality that someone has, usually when you think they do not have many good qualities.
He's usually smartly-dressed, I'll say that for him...
At the very least, he is devastatingly sure of himself, you can say that.
VERB 假定;假设 You can use say when you want to discuss something that might possibly happen or be true.
Say you could change anything about the world we live in, what would it be?
比如说;比方说 You can use say or let's say when you mention something as an example.
To see the problem here more clearly, let's look at a different biological system, say, an acorn...
Someone with, say, between 300 and 500 acres could be losing thousands of pounds a year.
比方说，拥有 300 到 500 英亩地的人，可能每年会损失几千英镑。
EXCLAM (用以唤起注意或表示惊讶、高兴、崇敬)嘿，喂，哎呀，啊 Say is used to attract someone's attention or to express surprise, pleasure, or admiration.
Say, Leo, how would you like to have dinner one night, just you and me?
PHRASE 清楚说明事实;明确表达(…的)感觉 If you say that something says it all, you mean that it shows you very clearly the truth about a situation or someone's feelings.
This is my third visit in a week, which says it all.
CONVENTION (表示吃惊)不会吧;(亦常表示事实上并不吃惊)我一点也不觉得奇怪，用不着你说也知道 You can use 'You don't say' to express surprise at what someone has told you. People often use this expression to indicate that in fact they are not surprised.
'I'm a writer.' — 'You don't say. What kind of book are you writing?'
PHRASE 值得称道之处;优点 If you say there is a lot to be said for something, you mean you think it has a lot of good qualities or aspects.
There's a lot to be said for being based in the country.
PHRASE 寡言少语;不爱说话 If you say that someone doesn't have much to say for himself or herself, you mean that they are not speaking very much during a conversation.
He's never got much to say for himself.
PHRASE 你有什么好说的;你有什么要辩解的 If someone asks what you have to say for yourself, they are asking what excuse you have for what you have done.
'Well,' she said eventually, 'what have you to say for yourself?'
PHRASE 显而易见;不言而喻;不用说 If something goes without saying, it is obvious.
It goes without saying that if someone has lung problems they should not smoke.
PHRASE 发表意见;阐述观点 When one of the people or groups involved in a discussion has their say, they give their opinion.
The Football Association have had their say.
PHRASE (用于对很多人不喜欢的人或事物表示赞赏时)随你怎么说,不管你怎么认为 You use 'Say what you like about someone or something' when you are about to mention one good thing about a person or thing that many people do not like.
Say what you like about them, but they did love their Mum.
CONVENTION (尤指乐于接受他人刚刚提出要给予自己的东西)我不反对，我没意见，好哇 You use 'I wouldn't say no' to indicate that you would like something, especially something that has just been offered to you.
I wouldn't say no to a drink.
PHRASE (引出语气更重或更极端的描述)即使不说是…,虽不能说… You can use not to say when adding a stronger or more extreme description than the one you have just used.
To those who've never received million dollar royalty cheques, this sounded a little odd, not to say offensive.
PHRASE 更不用说;何况 You use to say nothing of when you mention an additional thing which gives even more strength to the point you are making.
Unemployment leads to a sense of uselessness, to say nothing of financial problems.
PHRASE (用于提醒别人所说话可能会具有冒犯性或令人震惊)可以说 You use shall I say and shall we say in order to warn someone that what you are about to say may cause offence or be surprising.
...whereas when you get older you're rather set in your ways, shall I say...
My involvement has not been altogether, shall we say, ethical.
PHRASE 亦即;也就是说;换句话说 You use that is to say or that's to say to indicate that you are about to express the same idea more clearly or precisely.
...territories that were occupied in 1967, that is to say, in the West Bank and Gaza.
CONVENTION 让你说对了;一点没错;我同意;说得太对了 You can use 'You can say that again' to express strong agreement with what someone has just said.
'Must have been a fiddly job.' — 'You can say that again.'