Examples of linguistic in a Sentence
the age at which children begin to acquire linguistic skills
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Silicon Valley treats complaints from Western journalists and governments as serious priorities, and its ad hoc responses are inadvertently creating a hierarchy of linguistic freedom on the Internet.
Independence campaigns are often fueled by ethnic or linguistic splits, or economic grievances.
Trina Beck, who plays Tamora, adapted the script making fairly sharp cuts, eschewing much of the purely linguistic interest in favor of the action.
The Belgian government, to take another example, is required to have both French- and Flemish-speaking parties, representing the two linguistic and cultural tribes that make up the country.
Even between the United States and Canada, there are linguistic differences that could trip up Alexa's functionality if not accounted for.
Certain linguistic constructions, critics argue, efface women from being seen in various personal and professional capacities.
For all of her fascination with linguistic puzzle boxes, the author tempers her protagonist’s intellectual vertigo with maturity and common sense.
They are learned, acquired through cultural and linguistic transmission.
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LINGUISTIC Defined for English Language Learners
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