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{i} ağız
dialect
lehçe

Bir dil ne kadar çok ülkede konuşulursa, yerli konuşanı gibi ses çıkarmak o kadar daha az önemlidir, çünkü o dilin konuşanları değişik lehçeler duymaya alışkındır. - The more countries a language is spoken in, the less important it is to sound like a native speaker, since speakers of that language are accustomed to hearing various dialects.

Onlar Güney Lehçesi ile konuşuyorlardı. - They were speaking in a Southern dialect.

dialect
diyalekt

Hegel'le aynı şekilde, Panovsky'nin diyalektik kavramı tarihe önceden belirlenmiş bir rotayı izlettirir. - In the same way as Hegel, Panovsky's notion of the dialectic makes history follow a predetermined course.

dialect
dil

Kendi dilinden başka bir dilde cümleler eklemekten kaçınmalısın, çünkü ana dilinde ya da lehçende yazmadıkça birçok hata yapmaya eğilimlisin. - You should avoid adding sentences in a language other than your own, because unless you write in your mother tongue or dialect, you are prone to make many mistakes.

Bir dil ne kadar çok ülkede konuşulursa, yerli konuşanı gibi ses çıkarmak o kadar daha az önemlidir, çünkü o dilin konuşanları değişik lehçeler duymaya alışkındır. - The more countries a language is spoken in, the less important it is to sound like a native speaker, since speakers of that language are accustomed to hearing various dialects.

dialect
ağgan
dialect
dialectal Lehçeye ait
dialect
lisan
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Plural of dialect
dialect
A variety of a language (specifically, often a spoken variety) that is characteristic of a particular area, community or group, often with relatively minor differences in vocabulary, style, spelling and pronunciation

A language is a dialect with an army and a navy.

dialect
A dialect of a language perceived as substandard and wrong

on the second day, Miss Anderson gave the school a lecture on why it was wrong to speak dialect. She had ended by saying Respectable people don't speak dialect..

eye dialects
plural form of eye dialect
dialect
forms of speech collectively that are peculiar to the people of a particular district
dialect
{n} a language, speech, particular speech
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A form of English characteristic of a particular region or ethnic group
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dial
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regional form of a language Over long periods of time, dialects can grow into distinct languages Languages vary by geographical region, social class, educational level, and even individual speaker The term dialect designates a definable regional variant: more loosely, it is often used for social and other variations as well Theoretically, speakers of different dialects of the same language can understand each other, while speakers of different languages cannot But in reality there is a great range of intelligibility, and the difference between a language and a dialect cannot be defined with objective, scientific precision Political boundaries and nationalistic concerns often play a vital role in defining the difference, as is in the case of Low German and Dutch or Czech and Slovak
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{i} form of a language spoken in a certain area or district; subordinate variety of a language
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If the word is used only by a limited number of speakers, then this shows which speakers use the word
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The variety of a language spoken by all members of a speech community; languages may include many, mutually intelligible dialects (Moratto 1984: 589)
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a variety of a language distinguished by certain features of grammar or vocabulary For example, there is a Yorkshire dialect of English, which contains words not used in standard English (which is in itself a dialect )
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refers to which particular words are chosen, which can either be from the vocabulary (i e lexicon) of the Standard English dialect or from, for example, a vocabulary of a specific regional area; for example, the word 'bread roll' has a number of different names in different parts of the country such as 'cob', 'bap'
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The language of a particular district, class, or group of persons It encompasses the sounds, spelling, grammar, and diction employed by a specific people as distinguished from other persons either geographically or socially Dialect is a major technique of characterization that reveals the social or geographic status of a character For example, Mark Twain uses exaggerated dialect in his Huckleberry Finn to differentiate between characters
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[n] A variety of a language that is distinguished from other varieties of the same language by differences in pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary The speakers of a dialect are usually set apart from others geographically or socially
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Variations within a spoken language that maintain mutual understanding and show some degree of correlation with the social and geographic structure of a society
dialect
A variety within a specific language arising from a divergence in pronunciation, word choice, word order, or inflection
dialect
is a regional or social variety of language distinguished by features of vocabulary, pronunciation, and discourse that differ from other varieties
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Words Examples: "ma'am" (page 190) "Yessum" (page 13) Sampling of Dialect: "And you come draggin' in late, will you?" (page 126)
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functional language (as opposed to historical language)
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The form of speech of a limited region or people, as distinguished from ether forms nearly related to it; a variety or subdivision of a language; speech characterized by local peculiarities or specific circumstances; as, the Ionic and Attic were dialects of Greece; the Yorkshire dialect; the dialect of the learned
dialect
use of grammar or vocabulary identifying regional or social background of the user
dialect
a regional variety of language distinguished by features of vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation from other regional varieties
dialect
refers to a variant of a programming language, used by a subset of the software community Can also refer to a particular style of programming
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A language variety in which the use of phonology, grammar, and lexicon distinguishes the regional (e g , Mr McGowan's eastern New England dialect) or social identity of a speaker
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Distinctive variety of language spoken in a particular region or by a particular group
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the usage or vocabulary that is characteristic of a specific group of people; "the immigrants spoke an odd dialect of English"; "he has a strong German accent"
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A form of a language characteristic of a particular region or social group diction The type of words chosen by the writer Categories of diction include words that are concrete, abstract, formal, or informal dissolve A video editing technique where one image is faded out as another is simultaneously faded in
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A dialect is a form of a language that is spoken in a particular area. In the fifties, many Italians spoke only local dialect They began to speak rapidly in dialect. a form of a language which is spoken only in one area, with words or grammar that are slightly different from other forms of the same language accent Chinese/Yorkshire/Belfast etc dialect (dialecte, from dialektos , from dialegesthai ). Variety of a language spoken by a group of people and having features of vocabulary, grammar, and/or pronunciation that distinguish it from other varieties of the same language. Dialects usually develop as a result of geographic, social, political, or economic barriers between groups of people who speak the same language. When dialects diverge to the point that they are mutually incomprehensible, they become languages in their own right. This was the case with Latin, various dialects of which evolved into the different Romance languages. See also koine
dialect
Forms of a language which differ in systematic ways and are spoken by particular regional or social groups
dialect
A distinctly regional or linguistic speech pattern
dialect
a form of a language spoken in a particular area
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Any variety of a language including the standard or literary form
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Means or mode of expressing thoughts; language; tongue; form of speech
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The regional variety of a language, differing from the standard language, in grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation or idiomatic usage
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a form of speech peculiar to a district, class, or person
dialects

    التركية النطق

    dayılekts

    النطق

    /ˈdīəˌlekts/ /ˈdaɪəˌlɛkts/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'dI-&-"lekt ] (noun.) 1577. Middle French dialecte, from Latin dialectus, from Greek dialektos conversation, dialect, from dialegesthai to converse; more at DIALOGUE.

    كلمة اليوم

    sexagesimal
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