Dialect and Talk


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Dialect noun – The special terms or expressions of a particular group or field.
Talk is a synonym for dialect in language topic. In some cases you can use "Talk" instead a noun "Dialect".
Nearby Words: dialectic, dialectics, dialectical, dialectal
Synonyms for Dialect


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Talk noun – A usually formal discourse delivered to an audience.
Dialect is a synonym for talk in speech topic. Sometimes you can use "Dialect" instead a noun "Talk", if it concerns topics such as language, communication with language.
Nearby Words: talking, talkative, talker, talkie
Synonyms for Talk

How words are described

good good dialect good talk
similar similar dialect similar talk
standard standard dialect standard talk
dead dead dialect dead talk
Other adjectives: black, new, different, generic.

Both words in one sentence

  • Lets Play / ProtonJon It's worth noting, though, that Jon was born and raised in Newfoundland, home to perhaps the most inscrutable dialect in the English language, but he doesn't really talk like that at all.
  • Literature / Watership Down Animal Talk: The rabbits talk in their own Lapine language, of course, but they can also communicate with other animals using "Hedgerow dialect", which gives other animals Funetik Aksents.
  • Either played with or subverted in Tamora Pierce's The Immortals series, where all the animals could talk to each other with relative ease, but it was implied that each species has its own distinct dialect.
    Source: Animal Talk
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