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Translation of "language" - English-Turkish dictionary

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
(Definition of language from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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