The characteristic mode of arranging words, peculiar to an individual speaker or writer; manner of expression; style.
A system of words and rules for their use in speaking, reading, and writing
a system of words used in a particular discipline; "legal terminology"; "the language of sociology"
the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number; "his compositions always started with the lyrics"; "he wrote both words and music"; "the song uses colloquial language"
a set of words and exp
a way of communication, words being said or words being read (and felt, in the case of Braille)
During contract negotiations, the bargaining team uses "language" to refer to the specific wording that will be proposed for the new contract. We also use this colloquially to refer to additions to the contract, as in "We got great language about TA training in our contract!"
To be taken as behavior of men (with extensions such as the progress of factual inquiry may show to be advisable into the behaviors of other organisms). Not to be viewed as composed of word-bodies apart from word-meanings, nor as word-meanings apart from word-embodiment. As behavior, it is a region of knowings. Its terminological status with respect to symbolings or other expressive behaviors of men is open for future determination.
Simpler language designed to reach a large audience with various educational levels Terminology of the discipline or subject covered; reader is assumed to have similar, scholarly background
PAR ABUS DE Language: In the terminology used by other authors. (Cf. Notation)