verb (used with object), narrated, narrating.
to give an account or tell the story of (events, experiences, etc.).
to add a spoken commentary to (a film, television program, etc.): to narrate a slide show.
verb (used without object), narrated, narrating.
to relate or recount events, experiences, etc., in speech or writing.
Origin: 1650–60; Related forms
< Latin narrātus
(past participle of narrāre
to relate, tell, say), equivalent to nār
) knowing, acquainted with (variant of gnārus;
) + -ātus -ate1
narrator, narrater /ˈnæreɪtər, næˈreɪ-, ˈnærə-/ [nar-ey-ter, na-rey-, nar-uh-] Show IPA , noun
misnarrate, verb, misnarrated, misnarrating.
detail, recite. See describe