Definición de langue en inglés:

langue

Saltos de línea: langue
Pronunciación: /lɒ̃g
 
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sustantivo (plural pronunc. igual)

Linguistics
A language viewed as an abstract system used by a speech community, in contrast to the actual linguistic behaviour of individuals. Contrasted with parole.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Roland Barthes's semiology finds it foundation in the structural linguistic theory of Ferdinand de Saussure, who posited an abstract notion known as langue to explain the system of language.
  • If Burchfield's book had been published as a linguist's analysis of the current state of our langue, all would have been well.
  • For Baudrillard, there is no action in the play of signifiers in the langue of advertising; in other words, what occurs in advertising is not language.

Origen

1920s: French, from Latin lingua 'language, tongue'.

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