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i dee uh ma tik

  • a  of or relating to or conforming to idiom
    idiomatic English

  • Palazhchenko, however, made sure that the West heard Gorbachev loud and clear in precise, accurate, and rich idiomatic English and got his message right.
  • PTI denies any ribald intention in translating Pliny's phrase as it did, holds that idiomatic sense is more sacred than a literal translation, and a damn sight less harmful.
  • Intended for worshipers to whom "traditional language has become something of a barrier," the up-to-date, idiomatic version of the Lord's Prayer was approved for experimental use .
News & Articles

  • Slow TVMight Be Hollywood's Stupidest New Trend
    Idiomatic linguists may soon have to come up with a new meaning for "watching paint dry," if Hollywood has anything to say about it—because literally watching paint dry is on the fast-track to becoming must-see TV. Read more...        
    Nov. 5, 2013 - Gawker

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