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Tirade (German)

Part of speech: noun, (Female)

Ti | ra | de, Plural: Ti | ra | den
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [tiˈʀaːdə]
Word meaning / definition:
1) persistent torrent of speech
2) Music: a stanza form in which notes in rapid succession are played in one run
Origin of the term:
Borrowed in the 18th century from French tirade "long-lasting dragging" or "long drawn-out lecture", which goes back to Italian tirata "drawing, train, route", a noun too early Romanian tirare "Pull, drag yourself"
1) Suada / Suade
2) jump run
Related terms:
1) torrent of speech, effusion of words, torrent of words
General terms:
1) utterance / speech
2) run, stanza
Subordinate terms:
1) Sermon, lecture, thunderstorm, croaking
Hate tirade, ranting tirade
Application examples:
1) He was happy that Tirades to have escaped his wife.
1) “He was able to deal with his fits of rage and Tirades don't get upset, ... "
1) “Without being particularly cheered by the glass of whiskey that stood in front of him, he gave Lockhart an extraordinarily violent treat Tirade, in which he included the whole of Great Britain: not a single group of his compatriots escaped his moral lashes. "
1) “It started a long time tiradeduring which she turned to one of them, sometimes to the other, with short threatening sentences. "
1) “In the middle of a sentence he broke his tirade from as if his topic suddenly bore him or as if he thought it pointless to continue talking, and there was an embarrassed silence. "
1) “Everything he does with his Tirades, Monologues and necrologists with Alf Bertini, this thin smile was of immense superiority, which Eitel-Fritz Hattenroth misinterpreted in the excitement, however, as discrete approval. "
2) The tirade we still have to practice a little.
Typical word combinations:
1) let go
Nominative: singular tirade; Plural Tirades
Genitive: singular tirade; Plural Tirades
Dative: singular tirade; Plural Tirades
Accusative: singular tirade; Plural Tirades


  • English: 1) tirade, harangue
  • French: 1) tirade
  • Sorbian (Lower): 1) kwakot, tirada
  • Spanish: 1) tirada (Female)

Similar terms:
tirage (French), Triad

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The cabaret artist Serdar Somuncu gets into a boom in a podcast by RBB. His tirade politically incorrect expressions are badly received on the Internet. Now the broadcaster apologizes.
Welt.de, September 15, 2020

After the incumbent US President a tirade sent false claims about the airwaves, various broadcasters simply stopped the transmission.
digitalfernsehen.de, November 6, 2020

After an angry tirade Laschets against the SPD, SPD parliamentary group leader Thomas Kutschaty denied the head of government dignity and sovereignty on Thursday.
Day 24, December 03, 2020

Former US President Donald Trump has a tirade against top Republican Mitch McConnell fueled the dispute over the direction of his party.
DiePresse.com, February 17, 2021

Ex-President Donald Trump has with one tirade against the Republican minority leader in the Senate, Mitch McConnell, exacerbated the smoldering dispute in his party.
NZZ, February 17, 2021

With a bad tirade Vasek Pospisil stood out against the ATP top at the Masters tournament in Miami. The referee tried in vain to calm the Canadian down.
kicker, March 25, 2021

Joe Biden is president, but there's nothing wrong with that. A tirade about crazy people and criminals - as well as suggestions on how the future can be better. Hear Richard Ford's contribution here.
Spiegel Online, January 22, 2021

On Saturday Trump supporters demonstrated in Washington D.C. against the election defeat. In the evening and at night there were fights with counter-demonstrators. Donald Trump (74) put an angry tirade on Twitter.
Blick Online, November 15, 2020

With a bad tirade Vasek Pospisil caused a stir against ATP boss Andrea Gaudenzi. The Canadian is not the first professional to have been upset about the player organization in recent weeks.
GMX, March 26, 2021

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • effusion: Leakage of a liquid into another area; Expressing feelings in words
  • Flow of speech: uninterrupted, brisk talking
  • Torrent of speech: uninterrupted, verbose flow of speech
  • sermon: derogatory: rambling, boring speech; obsolete, religion, Christianity: speech preaching the biblical message
  • Suada: derogatory: lengthy speech
  • Suade
  • Verbosity
  • Torrent of words: uninterrupted, verbose flow of words
  • verbose speech

Another word (synonym) for tirade - Source: OpenThesaurus

Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "Tirade":

palaver: ... Talking, cuddling, chatter, frills, gossip, gossip, chat, sermon, small talk, tirade, table talk, gossip, conversation, ringing of words, torrent of words Contrasting words: ...

Hate speech: derogatory torrent of words led by hatred Origin of the term: determinative compound from hatred and tirade Superordinate terms: 1) Tirade Examples of use: 1) In his anger he let himself be carried away to tirades of hate

Rant:… Schimpfen Origin of the term: Determinative compound from the stem of the verb Schimpfen and Tirade Synonyms: 1) Schimpfkanonade Superordinate terms: 1)…

Torrent of words: Suada, Tirade Examples of use: 1) "He spoke a lot and quickly, and this torrent of words stood in striking contrast to the aura of efficiency that characterized his empire."

Torrent of speech: Suada, Tirade Examples of use: 1) "At tea, Carpenter interrupted his torrent of speech so that John could finally ask him the question that had been on the tip of his tongue the whole time: when he was going to leave."

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