colloquialism definition

  • noun:
    • Colloquial design or high quality.
    • A colloquial phrase.
    • A colloquial word or phrase; a standard spoken expression, frequently regional.
    • A colloquial expression, not used in formal discourse or writing.
    • A word or term distinct on language of typical or familiar discussion.
    • Colloquial style, high quality, or use: as, “a transcript of colloquialism of time,”
    • a colloquial expression; characteristic of talked or written communication that seeks to imitate informal message
    • Colloquial style or quality.
    • A colloquial expression.
    • A colloquial word or phrase; a standard spoken phrase, often local.
    • A colloquial expression, not employed in formal discourse or writing.
    • A word or term particular to the language of typical or familiar conversation.
    • Colloquial design, quality, or use: as, “a transcript associated with colloquialism of day,”
    • a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written interaction that seeks to imitate informal message

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