Definition of Linguistically. Meaning of Linguistically. Synonyms of Linguistically

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Definition of Linguistically

Linguistically
Linguistically Lin*guis"tic*al*ly, adv. In a linguistic manner; from the point of view of a linguist. --Tylor.

Meaning of Linguistically from wikipedia

- sociolinguistics, the sub-discipline that comprises the study of a complex system of linguistic facets within a certain speech community (governed by its own set of grammatical...
- deals with language vocabulary. Qualitative typology develops cross-linguistically viable notions or types that provide a framework for the description...
- Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy created by Richard Bandler and John Grinder...
- of profit increase as greenwashing. In addition, the political term "linguistic detoxification" describes when, through legislation or other government...
- Linguistic competence is the system of linguistic knowledge possessed by native speakers of a language. It is distinguished from linguistic performance...
- other production centers producing films in other Indian languages. Linguistically, Bollywood films tend to use a colloquial dialect of Hindi-Urdu, or...
- Linguistic nationalism may refer to: a dominant culture's use of language to exercise its dominance, see Linguistic imperialism. the use of linguistics...
- 000 in Germany; 16,000 in Trinidad and Tobago; 3,000 in Singapore. Linguistically, Hindi and Urdu are two registers of the same language and are mutually...
- "prescriptivism" as the concept where a certain language variety is promoted as linguistically superior to others, thus recognizing the standard language ideology...
- linguistics. As an object of linguistic study, "language" has two primary meanings: an abstract concept, and a specific linguistic system, e.g. "French". The...
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