To state as one's opinion or judgment; declare: I say let's eat out.
To state as a determination of fact: It's hard to say who is right in this matter.
To repeat or recite: said grace.
To report or maintain; allege.
To indicate; show: The clock says half past two.
To give nonverbal expression to; signify or embody: It was an act that said "devotion.”
To suppose; assume: Let's say that you're right.
To make a statement; express oneself: The story must be true because the teacher said so.
A turn or chance to speak: Having had my say, I sat down.
The right or power to influence or make a decision: Citizens have a say in the councils of government. All I want is some say in the matter.
Archaic Something said; a statement.
Approximately: There were, say, 500 people present.
For instance: a woodwind, say an oboe.
Used to express surprise or appeal for someone's attention.
I say Used preceding an utterance to call attention to it: I say, do you have the time?
I say Used as an exclamation of surprise, delight, or dismay.
that is to say In other words.
to say nothing of And there is no need to mention. Used to allude to things that fill out an idea or argument: The yard is a mess, to say nothing of the house.
you can say that again Slang Used to express strong agreement with what has just been said.