Traducción de vocabulary en español:

vocabulary

vocabulario, n.

Pronunciación: /voʊˈkæbjəˌlɛri//və(ʊ)ˈkabjʊləri/

nombre

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    vocabulario masculino
    léxico masculino
    • While these languages shared phonology and grammar, they had entirely different vocabularies.
    • It is often said that the vocabulary of a language is an inventory of the items a culture talks about and has categorized in order to make sense of the world.
    • Thanks to foreign influences, particularly Latin and Greek, on the English vocabulary, a large number of foreign words were absorbed in the English language.
    • Soon the young language was not only standing on its own two grammatical feet, it also possessed the largest vocabulary of any language on the planet.
    • These people absorbed into their language some of the vocabulary of the native populations of the area, but the identity and origin of these earlier peoples is now unknown.
    • First, one must have a firm command over classical Arabic language including its vocabulary, grammar, metaphors, and idioms.
    • Just as the vocabulary of a language changes from age to age, so the vocabularies of different languages are distinct in their systems, uses, and references.
    • Abstract words form the bulk of the vocabulary of major modern languages like English.
    • One of the few Russian words to have entered the vocabulary of other languages, dacha originally meant a parcel of land given by the tsar to his aristocratic servitors.
    • There isn't a word in the English vocabulary to describe her.
    • For Lope, proper poetry must be intelligently written and must not deviate from the normative vocabulary of the Spanish language.
    • It involves comparison to reconstruct, if you like, the ancient vocabularies that present-day languages are derived from.