linguistically : Definition, Usages, News and More

Search Words


lingg wi stik lee

  • r  with respect to the science of linguistics
    linguistically interesting data
  • r  with respect to language
    linguistically impaired children

  • The term, popularized in 2006 by Grey's Anatomy and more recently by Oprah Winfrey, is fairly indicative of where we are linguistically as a nation.
  • In the last few years, other like-minded, health-conscious fast food restaurants have sprouted up around town, with easy-to-pronounce, linguistically neutral names like Bioboa .
  • For one thing, the academy has shown a fondness for spreading the prize around geopolitically and linguistically; because the last two .

  • Jack Kevorkian in MacNewsWorld
    The guitar and the sitar are obviously related - even linguistically. The oud moves west from Persia to become the lute; it moves east to become the pipa. And a European hears an erhu and says it's purely Chinese, a Chinese violin, but in Chinese... Yo-Yo Ma International Herald Tribune Apr 8, 2007 58511 77955 linguistically 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.
  • Viktor Yanukovych in USA Today
    I do not intend to not put up with attempts to divide Ukraine, to split Ukraine territorially, linguistically or religiously,Yanukovych said at a meeting with foreign diplomats in the Ukrainian capital.

Hot News: The Heading Text Size Should Match With the Size Of The Image