idiomatically : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an idiomatic manner
he expressed himself idiomatically
- Pinker distinguishes cathartic cursing from using profanity descriptively, idiomatically, abusively or for emphasis, and points to similar behavior in animals that suggests its .
- Brazil had never seen anything like Ultima Hora (idiomatically: "Up to the Last Minute").
- The title means "the big calves" in Italian, but it is perhaps most idiomatically translated as "the slobs.
News & Articles
- New York Philharmonic Performs Mozart’s Requiem
Bernard Labadie led the New York Philharmonic on Friday in a performance of Mozart's Requiem, relying on Robert Levin's idiomatically sensitive edition of the work.
Nov. 12, 2013 - New York Times
- Jack Kevorkian in MacNewsWorld
Not only do [these vendors] need to offer country- and language-specific music, they also need to complement the music with text that is linguistically and idiomatically on target,Kevorkian told MacNewsWorld.