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colloquial

adjective   /kəˈləʊ.kwi.əl/
(of words and expressions) informal and more suitable for use in speech than in writing coloquial colloquial speech1225
colloquially adverb   /-i/
(Definition of colloquial from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

colloquial

adjective /kəˈləukwiəl/
of or used in everyday informal, especially spoken, language coloquial a colloquial expression.
colloquially adverb
coloquialmente Pittsburgh is known colloquially as ’The City of Bridges’ and ’The Steel City’.
colloquialism noun
an expression used in colloquial language expresión coloquial A well-known colloquialism is that, ’In time of war, the first casualty is truth.’
(Definition of colloquial from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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