v. t.) To mention one by one, or piece by piece;
v. t.) To utter or recite in detail;
v. t.) To give instruction to; to inform.
v. t.) To make account of; to regard; to reckon;
Can you tell my age?
He didn’t tell a lie.
Tell me how he got it.
Don’t tell him the answer.
He can’t tell fact from fiction.
Why don’t you tell her directly?
I cannot tell him from his brother.
She persuaded him to tell the truth.
Smoking began to tell on his health.
He can tell a fake from the original.
Please tell me what you honestly think.
Her father made her tell him everything.
She’ll come even if you tell her not to.
I swear I won’t tell anyone your secret.
Can you tell me where the subway entrance is?
He knew better than to tell the story to her.
Please tell me what will be coming next week.
Would you tell me what time the train starts?
My dad called me up to tell me the good news.
I will tell you exactly how the matter stands.
To tell the truth, I don’t like her very much.
Could you tell me where the telephone booth is?
The children made a pact together to never tell anyone about their incredible adventure.
I can’t bring myself to tell him that there is no hope of his being given the position.
He almost drowned when his fishing boat sank in a storm, but he lived to tell the tale.
Someone once suggested that people will believe anything if you tell them it’s a rumor.
I asked him to be quite frank, and tell me honestly what I could do to improve my work.
You need to be more decisive, instead of letting other people tell you what to do.
I can’t tell you why I was absent yesterday, it’s just too complicated to explain.
The patient waited nervously for the doctor to tell her the results of her tests.