Definitions for linguistic
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word linguistic.
consisting of or related to language
"linguistic behavior"; "a linguistic atlas"; "lingual diversity"
of or relating to the scientific study of language
Of or relating to language.
Of or relating to linguistics.
Relating to a computer language.
alt. of Linguistical
Relating to linguistics.
The linguistic facet of the document was easy to see for everyone.Submitted by MaryC on April 7, 2020
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Rank popularity for the word 'linguistic' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3742
Rank popularity for the word 'linguistic' in Adjectives Frequency: #508
The numerical value of linguistic in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of linguistic in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
[ QAnon in Japan ] was the first international community we saw being coherent and cohesive enough to show up on a network round, which means it has its own influencers, it has its own kind of linguistic markers, its own signals in terms of content that's being produced and consumed, we can tell that even with the enforcement action that's now happening on Twitter, that community remains relatively strong.
The shortfall in the number of resettlement places for refugees offered by the international community is truly shocking, the complete absence of resettlement pledges from the Gulf is particularly shameful. Linguistic and religious ties should place the Gulf states at the forefront of those offering safe shelter to refugees fleeing persecution and war crimes in Syria.
What's interesting in this set is so much of what they were doing is copying and pasting genuine material from actual Americans, this may be indicative of an effort to hide linguistic deficiencies, which have made them easier to detect in the past.
I believe that 'patient' is coming out, but we're going to see another round of quote 'linguistic gymnastics,' i wouldn't be surprised if this notion of the Fed having to be sufficiently confident about inflation creeps in as a way of keeping markets from rushing to the terminal value.
Death is a displaced name for a linguistic predicament.
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- lingüísticCatalan, Valencian
- linguistisch, sprachwissenschaftlich, sprachlichGerman
- γλωσσικός, γλωσσολογικόςGreek
- լեզվական, լեզվաբանականArmenian
- språkvitenskapelig, språklig, lingvistiskNorwegian
- de lingvistică, computero-lingvistic, lingvisticRomanian
- языковедческий, языковой, лингвистическийRussian
- programelapükik, pükik, pükavik, nünömapükikVolapük
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