Comment ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Comment ( noun )

  1. A remark or statement expressing an opinion or reaction.
  2. A written or spoken statement that expresses a personal opinion or reaction.
  3. A written or spoken statement expressing a personal opinion or reaction.

Origin:

Late middle english (denoting a marginal note): from old french coment, from latin commentum, from com- (expressing intensive force) + mentum "opinion".

Examples:

  1. He made a comment about the weather.
  2. She made a comment about the food.
  3. They made a comment about the movie.
  4. We made a comment about the book.
  5. I made a comment about the lecture.

(As a verb)

Comment ( verb )

  1. A remark or statement expressing an opinion or reaction.
  2. A written or spoken statement that expresses a personal opinion or reaction.
  3. A written or spoken statement expressing a personal opinion or reaction.

Origin:

Late middle english (denoting a marginal note): from old french coment, from latin commentum, from com- (expressing intensive force) + mentum "opinion".

Examples:

  1. He made a comment about the weather.
  2. She made a comment about the food.
  3. They made a comment about the movie.
  4. We made a comment about the book.
  5. I made a comment about the lecture.
Some random words: barefaced, ameliorative, obtuse