- shevashevaga oidlahjalari
Noun(1) the usage or vocabulary that is characteristic of a specific group of people
(1) Many families speak Alsacien, a dialect peculiar to the region, quite different from either French or German.(2) The Jutes settled in and near Kent, but the dialect for the region is known as Kentish, not Jutish.(3) There can therefore be no doubt that the scribe was a dialect speaker.(4) The company has developed a dialect of C to create code for the microengines.(5) the Lancashire dialect seemed like a foreign language(6) So, no prizes for guessing what this week's dialect word is.(7) The two official languages in Hong Kong are Chinese (mainly the local Cantonese dialect ) and English.(8) this novel is written in the dialect of Trinidad(9) My mother broke the news to me in our native Hokkien Chinese dialect .(10) He yelled at me in an archaic dialect of Spanish, and I understood every word.(11) By using the dialect the way she does, the reader gets a better understanding of the atmosphere.(12) He was listening to a Yorkshire dialect poetry reading.(13) Although there is some overlap, dialect regions are generally separated by tracts of mostly unused sagebrush or forested areas.(14) Informally, most residents speak a local English-based Creole dialect .(15) 'achan' and 'chaon' are dialect forms of 'gach aon'(16) Logix developers build their programs with either the standard or base Logix dialects .
(1) regional dialect :: mintaqaviy sheva
1. regional language ::
2. local language ::
3. local speech ::
4. vernacular ::
5. patois ::
6. idiom ::
9. lingo ::
Different Formsdialect, dialectal, dialects
English to Uzbek Dictionary: dialect
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