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idiomatic

adjective id·i·o·mat·ic \ˌi-dē-ə-ˈma-tik\

Definition of IDIOMATIC

1
:  of, relating to, or conforming to idiom
2
:  peculiar to a particular group, individual, or style
id·i·o·mat·i·cal·ly \-ti-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
id·i·o·mat·ic·ness \-tik-nəs\ noun

Examples of IDIOMATIC

  1. <the new teacher's idiomatic approach to dealing with special-needs students is already showing signs of success>

First Known Use of IDIOMATIC

1712

Other Grammar and Linguistics Terms

ablaut, allusion, anacoluthon, diacritic, gerund, idiom, infinitive, metaphor, semiotics, simile

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