Examples of linguistic in a Sentence
the age at which children begin to acquire linguistic skills
Recent Examples of linguistic from the Web
Death Note, like all the manga adaptations that have come before it, fails to make use of this tool, reducing its primary task to linguistic shifts and superficial face swaps.
Explore linguistic history with Merriam-Webster’s new Time Traveler feature.
But the growth within the top 10 linguistic groups is a different story.
Despite Trump's linguistic combativeness, the administration remains focused on diplomatic efforts to defuse tensions.
Many students have linguistic, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds that differ from those that predominate Oregon schools.
These are intended to distribute power among its regional and linguistic communities: mainly the Dutch- and French-speaking communities, but also the small German-speaking community.
The PSV Eindhoven midfielder also raised that issue of local and linguistic nuance.
Unlike the latter, the Declaration did not assert that Americans have a right to independence because of their ethnic, cultural, religious, or linguistic distinctiveness.
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LINGUISTIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of linguistic for English Language Learners
: of or relating to language or linguistics
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