Traducción de linguistics en Español:


lingüística, n.

Pronunciación /lɪŋˈɡwɪstɪks//lɪŋˈɡwɪstɪks/


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    lingüística femenino
    • In linguistics a grammar is a limited set of rules which allows the production an unlimited number of sentences.
    • All I mean by internet linguistics is the application of linguistics as a subject to this new domain of language experience.
    • His views revolutionized the study of language and inaugurated modern linguistics.
    • It includes an essay on language and linguistics, which may be supplemented by the treatment of style in Book III of the Rhetoric.
    • Considering how small a fraction of the web is devoted to linguistics, that's extraordinary.
    • That most if not all human languages are infinite is one of the central observations of modern linguistics.
    • In linguistics, there are presently two main approaches to solving the problems associated with the description of emotions.
    • I don't know how well I could have understood linguistics without knowing another language.
    • Not all scholars are agreed on the boundaries and relationship between linguistics and sociolinguistics.
    • Prosody in linguistics refers to the study of intonation, tone, and stress in language.
    • There are interesting ideas contained in the sections on linguistics and sociology.
    • Machine translation is at the confluence of linguistics and computer science.
    • Comparisons between linguistics and fields like history or chemistry give similar results.
    • If I studied linguistics my French professor would be sure to have a stroke.
    • She studied for a year in Paris, when she studied linguistics at the Sorbonne.
    • It is concerned with the applications of linguistics and psycholinguistics in first-language education.
    • Are there any equations that come out of linguistics that should be included in my hypothetical course?
    • I won't comment on the theology of this position, but as linguistics, it's nonsense.
    • The notion of specificity in linguistics is notoriously non-specific.
    • In fact, after psychology, linguistics is probably the cognitive discipline par excellence.