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dialect

noun   /ˈdaɪ·ə·lekt/
a form of a language that people speak in a particular part of a country dialecto
(Definition of dialect from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dialect

noun /ˈdaiəlekt/
(linguistics) a way of speaking found only in a certain area or among a certain group or class of people dialecto They were speaking in dialect.
(Definition of dialect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dialect”
in Korean 방언, 사투리…
in Arabic لَهْجة…
in Malaysian loghat…
in French dialecte…
in Russian диалект…
in Chinese (Traditional) 方言,土語,地方話…
in Italian dialetto…
in Turkish lehçe…
in Polish dialekt, gwara…
in Vietnamese thổ ngữ…
in Portuguese dialeto…
in Thai ภาษาถิ่น…
in German der Dialekt…
in Catalan dialecte…
in Japanese 方言…
in Chinese (Simplified) 方言,土语,地方话…
in Indonesian dialek…
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