colloquially, “Israel” and “the Jewish state” are the same thing, right?
The typical music video you find on YouTube is colloquially called “YouTube Poop” for a reason.
So many of the conductors were Irish immigrants that the IRT was colloquially called the “Irish Rapid Transit.”
Though this term literally means “playing the trumpet,” colloquially it refers to uncomplicated sex.
But they, of course, saw only what they colloquially described to each other as a "rippin' handsome girl."
colloquially, a stretcher means a lie exaggerated to absurdity.
In military language, an action; then colloquially, “a row.”
All other classes should address him colloquially as "Your Grace."
As the seat of mental activity, brain (colloquially brains) is often used as a synonym for mind, intellect, intelligence.
The bergamot-lemon, or fruit of citrus bergamia; also sometimes, colloquially, the fragrant oil obtained from its rind.
pertaining to words or expressions more suitable for speech than writing; in informal, conversational style
colloquial language or speech
Latin colloquium 'speaking together'