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language

noun
 
 
/ˈlæŋɡwɪdʒ/
COMMUNICATION [U] B1 communication between people, usually using words
dil, lisan
She has done research into how children acquire language.Communicating and keeping in touch
ENGLISH/SPANISH/JAPANESE ETC [C] A1 a type of communication used by the people of a particular country
bir ülkede konuşulan dil, lisan
How many languages do you speak?Linguistic terms and linguistic style
TYPE OF WORDS [U] words of a particular type, especially the words used by people in a particular job
belli bir işe ait özel dil, lisan, meslekî dil
legal language the language of businessCommunicating and keeping in touchLinguistic terms and linguistic style
COMPUTERS [C, U] a system of instructions that is used to write computer programs
bilgisayar dili
→  See also body language , modern languages , second language , sign language Computer programming and software
Translations of “language”
in Korean 언어, 말…
in Arabic لُغة…
in French langage, langue…
in Italian lingua, linguaggio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 語言…
in Russian язык, речь, стиль…
in Polish język…
in Spanish lenguaje, lengua, idioma…
in Portuguese idioma, língua, linguagem…
in German die Sprache, die Fachsprache…
in Catalan llengua, idioma, llenguatge…
in Japanese 言語, 言葉…
in Chinese (Simplified) 语言…
(Definition of language from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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