Definition of 'the vernacular'
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Nancy spoke to the men in the vernacular of the Spanish-speaking province from which she thought they had come.THE SECRET OF THE FORGOTTEN CITY (2002)
You mean he... -- The prosecutor looks like he is pained by his own upcoming dip into the vernacular -- `Took it out on you '?THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE (2002)
`She said, in the vernacular, you got snotty about her and Ritchie so she got snotty about you and Tatty.TICKLED PINK (2002)
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