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interlingual

Syllabification: in·ter·lin·gual
Pronunciation: /ˌin(t)ərˈliNGɡwəl
 
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Definition of interlingual in English:

adjective

1Between or relating to two languages: interlingual dictionaries
More example sentences
  • The reason for the structural change is attributed in part to syntactic reduction and in part to interlingual transfer to cope with the deficiency in L2.
  • In terms of Roman Jakobson's tripartite scheme of intralingual, interlingual, and intersemiotic translation, translation from Old and Middle Irish to Modern Irish could then be seen as intralingual in nature.
  • Thus, accessing the poem's interlingual word play leaves the reader with associations of resistance.
1.1Of or relating to an interlingua or artificial interlanguage.

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