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It is ripping down the cultural and linguistic barriers which have divided us. THE AGE OF CONSENT (2003)How can it make sense to appoint referees according to their linguistic skills? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Intelligence was determined by tests that measured linguistic ability, powers of recall and reaction times. Times, Sunday Times (2014)With all the problems that linguistic diversity presents us with, would we be better off without it? The Times Literary Supplement (2012)They are overly aggressive because of frustration, peer rejection and lack of confidence in the face of their poor linguistic skills. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But one should ask how much that really mattered and how much linguistic diversity matters now, if it matters at all. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)The end of compulsory language teaching in secondary schools is leading to a renaissance in linguistic ability in a nation notoriously averse to acquiring a foreign tongue. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I envied him his linguistic ability, his knowledge of scientific subjects and his artistic accomplishments. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But it is, on the whole, a bad idea to compare your linguistic ability to his. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Many of Bournemouth's courses have an international focus and all students are encouraged to improve their linguistic ability. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Social races, like ethnic groups, gain their identity or claim to gain their identity from distinctive linguistic and other cultural patterns. Cultural Anthropology (1995)A The smiley, contrite look bridges all linguistic barriers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)New figures from the 2011 census disclose the linguistic diversity of a nation in which there are hardly any areas without at least one hundred Polish speakers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The aim has always been, then, to reduce the power of linguistic theory while at the same time being able to cover all the relevant facts. The Chomsky Update - Linguistics and Politics (1990)
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British English: linguistic /lɪŋˈɡwɪstɪk/ ADJECTIVE
Linguistic abilities or ideas relate to language.
- American English: linguistic
- Arabic: لُغْوِيٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: linguístico
- Chinese: 语言上的
- Croatian: lingvistički
- Czech: jazykový
- Danish: lingvistisk
- Dutch: taalkundig
- European Spanish: lingüístico
- Finnish: kieli-
- French: linguistique
- German: sprachlich
- Greek: γλωσσολογικός
- Italian: linguistico
- Japanese: 言語の
- Korean: 언어학적인
- Norwegian: språklig
- Polish: językowy
- European Portuguese: linguístico
- Romanian: lingvistic
- Russian: лингвистический
- Spanish: lingüístico
- Swedish: lingvistisk
- Thai: เกี่ยวกับภาษาศาสตร์
- Turkish: dilbilim
- Ukrainian: лінгвістичний
- Vietnamese: thuộc ngôn ngữ
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