- For floating voters, the party failed to enunciate a clear message.
- Gus speaks as if he has marbles in his mouth, but if he wants to get the right response from Siri, he must enunciate clearly.
格斯讲话含混不清，嘴里像塞了个玻璃球，但如果他想从 Siri 那里得到正确的反馈，他就必须咬字清楚。
[verb] say or pronounce clearly
Enunciate 一词源自拉丁语 enuntiare （说出、表达、断言；泄露、揭露），17世纪初进入英语后用来表示“表明、表达”，发展到现在则主要表示清晰地“发音、念字”，多以听者的易懂程度为标准（yardstick）衡量清晰与否，比如：
Her languid voice was imbued with an unusual seriousness. She enunciated each word slowly and carefully.
His voice was harsh as he enunciated each word carefully. But I really couldn't fathom what he was talking about since the arcane jargon in his talk was opaque to me.
清楚念词和清晰发音的目的无非是尽量把自己所要表达的内容明确地传递出去，所以 enunciate 还常作为一个正式用语表示“阐明、阐释”，强调清楚而准确地表明某个观点、理论、原则等，比如：
He was ever ready to enunciate his quixotic views to all who would listen.
In the speech, the leader enunciated his party's viable proposals for tax reform.
With features strained hard to enunciate the syllables they continued to regard the centre of the flickering fire, the notes of the youngest straying over into the pauses of the rest.
出自英国小说家托马斯·哈代的长篇小说《德伯家的苔丝》（Tess of the d'Urbervilles）。小说最初在杂志上连载，1891年开始以书籍发行，主要讲述英格兰有个贫家少女名叫苔丝，她美丽、单纯且富有责任感，却遭到命运的捉弄。
- articulate: (of a person or a person's words) having or showing the ability to speak fluently and coherently
- pronounce: make the sound of (a word or part of a word) in the correct or a particular way
- utter: make (a sound) with one's voice