Dialect and Idiom

Dialect

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Dialect noun – The special terms or expressions of a particular group or field.
Usage example: the promotional team for the new computer used a dialect full of acronyms that the press found difficult to follow

Idiom is a synonym for dialect in vernacular topic. In some cases you can use "Idiom" instead a noun "Dialect", when it comes to topics like language, words, accent, local speech. popular alternative
Nearby Words: dialectic, dialectics, dialectical, dialectal
Synonyms for Dialect

Idiom

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Idiom noun – The usage or vocabulary that is characteristic of a specific group of people.
Dialect is a synonym for idiom in language topic. You can use "Dialect" instead a noun "Idiom", if it concerns topics such as words, accent, turn of phrase. popular alternative
Nearby Words: idiotic, idiot, idiotically, idiomatic
Synonyms for Idiom

How words are described

old old dialect old idiom
particular particular dialect particular idiom
common common dialect common idiom
original original dialect original idiom
Other adjectives: native, actual, obscure, odd, exaggerated, different, regional, modern.

Both words in one sentence

  • The language learned from a standard educational tape or university course is usually almost entirely devoid of idiom and local dialect, and very little emphasis is placed on practical use of the language.
    Source: Spock Speak
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