Definition of vocabulary
Origin of vocabulary
OTHER WORDS FROM vocabularyvo·cab·u·lar·ied, adjective
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They have oddly expansive vocabularies and eminently quotable catchphrases, one of which — “Be Excellent to Each Other” — was posted on the marquee on my local movie theater when the pandemic shut it down in March.
Instead, the teen wrote tens of thousands of articles in English with a put-on Scottish accent, ignoring actual Scots grammar and vocabulary.How a Scots Wikipedia scandal highlighted AI’s data problem|Nicolás Rivero|August 27, 2020|Quartz
You speak in the voice and register that belongs to your old self—well-enunciated, resonant, its statements infiltrated by a formal, lawyerly vocabulary.
You know, so much of learning vocabulary is just word-definition, word-definition, word-definition.
The slightly modified version of Gödel’s scheme presented by Ernest Nagel and James Newman in their 1958 book, Gödel’s Proof, begins with 12 elementary symbols that serve as the vocabulary for expressing a set of basic axioms.
My Arabic is limited to a vocabulary of my favorite foods, such as “I love chicken and rice.”
In an uncanny way, that describes the precise definition of the hipster, when the term first appeared in the American vocabulary.
Here, the vocabulary of fast food for many young Brazilians is temaki (hand rolls) instead of burgers and fries.Meet the Chef Fighting to Ensure That Brazilians Will Never Be as Fat as Americans|Brandon Presser|June 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Without the freedom to act on moral values, there is not even a vocabulary for public virtue.
Off camera, Rooney was growing up fast, ditching school and developing an impressive vocabulary of curse words.
I hope you are able to bear the brunt of the battle, for my vocabulary will scarcely carry me through ten words.
This word, as well as the one last-named, is very expressive in the vocabulary of the vulgar.
The strength, the originality, the true raison d'être of the Provençal speech resides in its rich vocabulary.
We remark elsewhere the lack of independence in the dialect of Avignon, that its vocabulary alone gives it life.
But in Scotland you will hear the people using numbers of modern French words, which are no part of the English vocabulary.Friend Mac Donald|Max O'Rell