idiomatic definition

  • adjective:
    • distinct to or feature of a given language.
    • Characterized by adept using idiomatic expressions: a foreigner who talks idiomatic English.
    • Resembling or obtaining the nature of an idiom.
    • Using many idioms.
    • strange to or attribute regarding the style or manner of a particular team or folks.
    • Pertaining or conforming into mode of expression attribute of a language.
    • Resembling or attribute of an idiom.
    • making use of many idioms.
    • components or pieces which are written both inside the normal actual restrictions of tool and body and, less so or less usually, the varieties of playing utilized on certain tools.
    • Of or pertaining to, or conforming to, the mode of appearance distinct to a language
    • Of or with respect to, or for the nature of an idiom{3}; having a meaning this is certainly strange to itself rather than foreseeable from basic rules.
    • of or relating to or conforming to idiom
  • others:
    • Peculiar to or characteristic of a certain language; pertaining to or exhibiting the particular cast of a language or its characteristic modes of expression.
    • fond of or marked by the use of idioms: since, an idiomatic writer.

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