Adjective(1) of or relating to or conforming to idiom
(1) E-mail translation services are already available on a number of Web sites, and although their treatment of idiomatic expressions leaves something to be desired, the basic technology is in place.(2) I'll try to translate this love song with an eye on idiomatic expressions rendered at least comprehensible and maybe even give it a little poetry.(3) Neil Bartlett is taking his leave as artistic director in great style, with his elegantly idiomatic translation of one of MoliÔö£┬┐re's greatest plays, and a production that is among the very best MoliÔö£┬┐re I've seen.(4) Where do you think the idiomatic expressions ├ö├ç├┐mind your manners├ö├ç├û and ├ö├ç├┐mind your own business├ö├ç├û come from?(5) The first experiment showed greater interference between idioms with the same syntactic structure, demonstrating that idiomatic representations contain syntactic information.(6) Kenneth Slowik's direction is surefooted and idiomatic , and the recording is a treat: well natural and detailed, so you don't miss a note, and the essays in the booklet are fascinating.(7) Definitely a fine orchestra, Cassuto and his forces give idiomatic interpretations of Bomtempo's music, my sole reservation being a sagging of momentum in the Trio section of the 2nd Symphony's Minuetto.(8) Second, more specific aspects of idiomatic meaning are provided by the├ö├ç├û ontological mapping├ö├ç├û that applies to a given idiomatic expression.(9) Usually I feel that period instrument groups present a more idiomatic picture of Classical era music, but I doubt that the interpretations of Quintett Momento Musicale can be improved upon.(10) But the greatest instrumental composer of the period was undoubtedly the blind organist Antonio de CabezÔö£Ôöén, favourite of Philip II, who was one of the first composers of genuinely idiomatic keyboard music.(11) One important component of successful language learning is the mastery of idiomatic forms of expression, including idioms, collocations, and sentence frames (collectively referred to here as formulaic sequences).(12) Aside from this special interpretation of parallel modification, English seems to be deficient in easy or idiomatic ways to talk about the properties of relations as distinct from the properties of the items related.(13) In the Russian culture, the colour with the biggest variety of negative connotations reflected in idiomatic expressions is black.(14) This is comparable to attempting a critical analysis of Shakespeare's Elizabethan phraseology and idiomatic expression in Chinese, while ignoring the relevance of the English language!(15) His brilliant rhythmic dexterity and idiomatic sense of Prokofiev's ├ö├ç├┐Music of New Russia├ö├ç├û captured the sarcasm and biting wit of the Scherzo: Allegro marcato.(16) All three movements of approximately equal duration are flowing, expressive and full of idiomatic pianistic gestures and an individual harmonic and textural syntax within a broadly neo-classical frame.
(1) idiomatic expression :: idiomatiese uitdrukking
1. vernacular ::
2. colloquial ::
3. everyday ::
5. natural ::
6. grammatical ::
7. correct ::
1. general ::
2. generic ::
3. popular ::
4. public ::
5. universal ::
Different Formsidiomatic, unidiomatic
English to Afrikaans Dictionary: idiomatic
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