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EN[ˈlæŋɡwɪdʒ] [ˈleɪŋɡwɪdʒ]
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  • Unter Sprache versteht man die Menge, die als Elemente alle komplexen Systeme der Kommunikation beinhaltet. Der Term wird meist verwendet, um anzuzeigen, dass konkrete Zeichensysteme Elemente dieser Menge sind (z. B.
  • Es werden zahlreiche Einzelsprachen unterschieden. Zudem werden sie auf unterschiedlicher Weise unterteilt (z. B. in konstruierte Sprachen und natürliche Sprachen).
  • Sprache und Sprachverwendung sind auch Inhalt anderer Wissenschaften wie Psychologie, Neurologie, Kognitionswissenschaft, Kommunikationswissenschaft, Rhetorik, Philosophie (Sprachphilosophie), Medienwissenschaft, Semiotik, Literaturwissenschaft,
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    Definition of language in English Dictionary

  • SubstantivPLlanguagesSUF-age
    1. NC A body of words, and set of methods of combining them (called a grammar), understood by a community and used as a form of communication.
      1. The English language and the German language are related. ‎
      2. Deaf and mute people communicate using languages like ASL. ‎
    2. NU The ability to communicate using words.
      1. the gift of language
    3. NU The vocabulary and usage of a particular specialist field.
      1. legal language;   the language of chemistry
    4. NC NU The expression of thought (the communication of meaning) in a specified way.
      1. body language;   the language of the eyes
    5. NC NU A body of sounds, signs and/or signals by which animals communicate, and by which plants are sometimes also thought to communicate.
      1. (computing) NC A computer language; a machine language.
        1. NU Manner of expression.
          1. NU The particular words used in a speech or a passage of text.
            1. The language used in the law does not permit any other interpretation. ‎
            2. The language he used to talk to me was obscene. ‎
          2. NU Profanity.
            1. "Where the hell is Horace?" ¶ "There he is. He's coming. You shouldn't use language."
          3. A languet, a flat plate in or below the flue pipe of an organ.
          4. VerbSGlanguagesPRlanguagingPT, PPlanguaged
            1. (rare, now nonstandard) To communicate by language; to express in language.
            2. Mehr Beispiele
              1. Wird in der Mitte des Satzes verwendet
                • Writers change the URIs as they compose because writers commutate and manipulate language to create a variety of rhetorical experiences that can be read at once, as overlapping, or as separate.
                • Both the linguist and the soulster recognized that language was an indispensable vehicle for the transmission of social mores.
                • A weakly-typed language will most possibly not generate an error or refuse to compile, if the argument passed to a function does not match the expected type closely.
              2. Zu Beginn des Satzes verwendet
                • Language learners sometimes use periphrases like "did go" where a native speaker would use "went".
              3. In der Endung des Satzes verwendet
                • The most well-documented case of xenoglossy, however, concerned Swiss Medium Hélène Smith (1861-1929), who falsely claimed to speak the Martian language.
                • There are many theories regarding the sociogenesis of language.
                • JUnit is the unit testing framework for the Java programming language.
            • Wortart Hierarchie
              1. Substantive
                • Zählbare Nomen
                  • Singularia tantum
                    • Unzählbare Nomen
                  • Verben
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                  Source: Wiktionary
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                  Meaning of language for the defined word.

                  Grammatisch, dieses wort "language" ist ein substantive, genauer gesagt, ein zählbare nomen und ein singularia tantum. Es ist auch ein verben.
                  Schwierigkeitsstufen: Höhe 1
                  Einfach     ➨     Schwer
                  Bestimmtheit: Höhe 9
                  Definitiv    ➨     Vielseitig