Language noun - The stock of words, pronunciation, and grammar used by a people as their basic means of communication.
Usage example: Great Britain, the United States, Australia, and other countries where English is the dominant language
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Synonyms for Language
Vernacular noun - The everyday speech of the people (as distinguished from literary language).
Language is a synonym for vernacular in native language topic. You can use "Language" instead a noun "Vernacular", if it concerns topics such as dialect, words. popular alternative
Nearby Word: vernacularly
How words are described
Both words in one sentence
- In the worst cases, some figures of speech may be translated literally, instead of going with an equivalent from the vernacular language or simply translating the meaning.
Source: Translation Style Choices
- During the medieval period, the lower vernacular forms of Latin mutated away from the base language and became the Romance languages.
Source: Useful Notes / Latin Language
- Separated by a Common Language: Everyone else is regularly confounded by Gavin's slang, which can be described as a mixture of legitimate British English vernacular and "words that Gavin made up".Michael: You're the ONLY one here that doesn't speak English!
Source: Creator / Gavin Free
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Vernacular and Language. (2016). Retrieved 2022, June 28, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/language/vernacular
Language & Vernacular. N.p., 2016. Web. 28 Jun. 2022. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/language/vernacular>.
Vernacular or Language. 2016. Accessed June 28, 2022. https://thesaurus.plus/related/language/vernacular.
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