Examples of linguistic in a Sentence
the age at which children begin to acquire linguistic skills
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Independence campaigns are often fueled by ethnic or linguistic splits, or economic grievances.
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.
Some countries where tribal cleavages spawned by ethnic and linguistic differences have long existed understand this and have constructed systems of government designed to ameliorate the consequences.
Increase cultural and linguistic accessibility to all community and government services.
Netflix has a bigger back-and-forth linguistic challenge.
As a result of this linguistic compromise, Guilloux’s most remarkable quality as a writer, his sense of each character’s unique voice, is muffled.
Which isn't to say having Alexa work in India won't be a linguistic hurdle.
Spencer’s other linguistic contribution, dodges the nastier connotations that common terms like white nationalist, white supremacist or Nazi carry.
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LINGUISTIC Defined for English Language Learners
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