Definition of natural language in English:

natural language

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noun

  • A language that has developed naturally in use (as contrasted with an artificial language or computer code).
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    • Yet polysemy is endemic to natural languages, as a detailed analysis of just about any word will confirm.
    • If this holds for computer programming languages, it surely holds much more for natural languages.
    • Understanding natural language allows computers to facilitate human problem solving and decision making.

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Pronunciation: kərf
noun
a slit made by cutting with a saw