Translation of language in Spanish:
- 1 countable and uncountable (speech, means of communication) the language of gestureel lenguaje gestual or de los gestos(before noun) language acquisitionadquisición (feminine) del lenguajeExample sentences
- After spoken language came the written word, and the boy dove into literature with grim determination.
- This play on the oral and written language mirrors the structure of the blues and the instrumental variations of jazz.
- In Darwin's apt phrase, the ability of humans to learn language is ‘an instinctive tendency to acquire an art’.
- 2 uncountable (style, terminology) scientific/poetic/high-flown languagelenguaje científico/poético/elevadonatural language (Computing)lenguaje naturalI've never heard him use such language beforenunca le había oído decir tales palabrotaswatch or mind your language!¡no digas palabrotas!language!¡esa boca … !Example sentences
- More specifically there are discussions of his language and poetic style as well as of the topics and ideas in his work.
- And later, these men and women had to do a minute analysis of one another's diction, style, language, and so on.
- His work, with its different theatrical styles and unique language, has invented an entirely new kind of theatre experience.
- Although phrased in diplomatic language, this was a clear warning to China not to seek to retake Taiwan by force.
- The cardinal's claim, filed in court by his attorneys, is boilerplate legal defense language.
- The serpentine syntax of legal language is often used to obfuscate meaning and confuse those outside the law.
- 3 countable 3.1 (particular tongue) she's fluent in five languageshabla cinco idiomas con fluidezthe English languagela lengua inglesafirst language
el idioma inglés(native tongue) lengua materna→ second language language coursecurso (masculine) de idiomaslanguage degreelicenciatura (feminine) en filología or idiomaslanguage schoolescuela (feminine) de idiomaslanguage skillsaptitudes (feminine plural) lingüísticaslanguage studentestudiante (masculine or feminine) de idiomaslanguage studiesestudios (masculine plural) de idiomaslanguage teacherprofesor (-sora) (masculine, feminine) de idiomaslanguage teachingenseñanza (feminine) de idiomasExample sentences3.2 (Computing)
- In many communities switching between languages serves important functions.
- Such verse was unknown in classical Greek but common in Latin and the Celtic and Germanic languages.
- In many communities, the language of choice is neither of Canada's two official languages.
- It stands for Structured Query Language and is a language that all relational databases understand.
- A simple port scanner can be written in under 15 minutes by a good programmer in a language such as Java or Perl.
- Whether this is done by studying a programming language like C or PERL, or any of the many others, is immaterial.
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