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langue

[ lahng ]
/ lɑ̃g /
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noun French.
the linguistic system shared by the members of a community (contrasted with parole).
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British Dictionary definitions for langue

langue
/ (lɑːŋɡ) /

noun
linguistics language considered as an abstract system or a social institution, being the common possession of a speech communityCompare parole (def. 5)

Word Origin for langue

C19: from French: language
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