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الإنجليزية - التركية
{s} yerel dille yazılan
{s} anadile ait
{s} yerel
{i} lehçe
{i} konuşma dili
anadilini kullanan
yerli dil
Günlük konuşma dili; ağız
yerli konuşma dilindeki
konuşulan dil
yaygın isim
konuşulan dili kullanma
{i} şive
vernacularismlehçe deyimi
günlük dil
argoyla ilgili
{s} bölgesel
{i} argo

Pitaya'nın ortak İngilizce adı dragon fruit birçok Asya dillerinde onun argo adını yansıtmaktadır. - The pitaya's common English name of dragon fruit reflects its vernacular name in many Asian languages.

ana diline ait
vernacularize yerlileştirme

Pitaya'nın ortak İngilizce adı dragon fruit birçok Asya dillerinde onun argo adını yansıtmaktadır. - The pitaya's common English name of dragon fruit reflects its vernacular name in many Asian languages.

vernacular disease
bölgesel hastalık
the vernacular
the vernacular
ağız, lehçe, dil. s
the vernacular
konuşulan dil
the vernacular
anadilinin kullanıldığı
the vernacular
konuşulan dile ait; konuşulan (dil)
the vernacular
yaşayan dil
anadili kullanarak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Of or pertaining to everyday language
Everyday speech, including colloquialisms, as opposed to literary or liturgical language

Street vernacular can be quite different from what is heard elsewhere.

The indigenous language of a people, into which the words of the Roman Catholic mass are translated

Vatican II allowed the celebration of the mass in the vernacular.

Language unique to a particular group of people; jargon, argot

For those of a certain age, hiphop vernacular might just as well be a foreign language.

The language of a people, a national language

The vernacular of the United States is English.

the language of one's country
{a} belonging to one's own country
1. EVERYDAY LANGUAGE, colloquial language, conversational language, common parlance; dialect, regional language, regionalisms, patois; informal lingo, local lingo. 2. LANGUAGE, parlance; idiom, slang, jargon; informal lingo, -speak, -ese
the everyday speech of the people (as distinguished from literary language)
{i} local language of a particular place; regular spoken language (as opposed to literary language); speech that is characteristic to a certain field; ordinary terms for organisms that also have scientific names (Biology)
1 Language or dialect of a particular country 2 Language or dialect of a clan or group 3 Plain everyday speech
the language or dialect of a country; the everyday language of ordinary people
Belonging to the country of one's birth; one's own by birth or nature; native; indigenous; now used chiefly of language; as, English is our vernacular language
Language unique to a particular group of people; jargon, argot, slang
The way in which ordinary buildings were built in a particular place before local styles, techniques and materials were superseded by imports
The vernacular is the language or dialect that is most widely spoken by ordinary people in a region or country. books or plays written in the vernacular
The vernacular language; one's mother tongue; often, the common forms of expression in a particular locality
The language naturally spoken by the natives of an area
{s} of or pertaining to the vernacular; in the local language; in ordinary terms
using the native language of a country or place
the language of the people of a region, such as German, English, or French, as opposed to Latin or Greek In the European Middle Ages, the language of the Church and of education was Latin
a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language; "common parlance"; "a vernacular term"; "vernacular speakers"; "the vulgar tongue of the masses"; "the technical and vulgar names for an animal species"
The traditional architecture of a region, frequently developed in response to the climate, land conditions, or culture of a region
A prevailing style or attitude in a specific geographical location, group of people or time period
The local language commonly spoken by the people; as opposed to Latin
In architecture, of traditional and indigenous historical style
A native or indigenous language The idiom of the region
vernacular dance
Any of form of dance that evolved naturally within a particular community, without the intervention of professional choreographers
vernacular architecture
Common domestic architecture of a region, usually far simpler than what the technology of the time is capable of maintaining. In highly industrialized countries such as the U.S., for example, barns are still being built according to a design employed in Europe in the 1st millennium BC. Vernacular structures are characterized by inexpensive materials and straightforwardly utilitarian design
African American Vernacular English
A variation of Modern English spoken predominately by lower socioeconomic class individuals of African descent, usually in urban or suburban surroundings in the United States
African American Vernacular English
Any of the nonstandard varieties of English spoken by African Americans. Also called Black English, Black English Vernacular, Black Vernacular English, Ebonics. See Usage Note at Black English
with regards to the vernacular; with ordinary terms; in a native dialect
In a vernacular manner; in the vernacular