• EN [ vəˈnækjələ(r)]
  • US [ vərˈnækjələ(r)]

Englische Definition


  • 1. a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves);

    • "they don't speak our lingo"
  • 2. the everyday speech of the people (as distinguished from literary language)


  • 1. being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language;

    • "common parlance"
    • "a vernacular term"
    • "vernacular speakers"
    • "the vulgar tongue of the masses"
    • "the technical and vulgar names for an animal species"


  • There are many strange words in the vernacular of the lawyers.

  • The research and preservation of traditional housing and vernacular architecture is becoming a hot topic.

  • It also points out considerable problems about researching vernacular architecture in China.

  • The vitality of Latin was doomed to wane before the rivalry of the vernacular tongue.

  • Rodney King's 1991 plea has become part of our nation's vernacular.

  • In part 1, the paper begins from the development of human geography and the vernacular settlement.

  • ShanTou characteristic have vernacular and tide drama.

  • In contemporary architectures, new vernacular architecture might be regarded as the unity of modern and tradition.

  • An upbeat business vernacular calls every problem a'challenge'and every massive layoff'rightsizing '.

  • In some churches, they speak Latin, but in others they use the vernacular.

  • It is a mixed vernacular.

  • There is complex internal relationship between dialect and Chinas modern vernacular poems.

  • The concept of vernacular landscape is increasingly suffused and blurry.

  • Lu Xun is one of the pioneers in vernacular writing.

  • The principal School was a New side figure who first adopted schoolbook written in the vernacular.

  • In chapter one, the paper firstly and tone of Huailai vernacular, generalizes their distinctive features.

  • In this article 15 vernacular words are give and they are exolained in Guizhou dialect.

  • Vernacular Chinese is the written language commonly used by modern Han people.

  • This paper makes an analysis of the application and protection of vernacular knowledge.

  • The house is built in a vernacular style.

  • Vernacular Architecture heritage is an important part of historical and cultural heritage in China.

  • To use the vernacular of the period, Peter was square.

  • Most of these new sermons were recorded in literary Sanskrit rather than in vernacular language.

Bedeutung von vernacular

Es gibt relativ wenig Informationen über vernacular. Vielleicht können Sie sich eine zweisprachige Geschichte ansehen, um Ihre Stimmung zu entspannen. Ich wünsche Ihnen einen schönen Tag!

Zweisprachige Lesung des Tages

  • A woman walks into a pet shop and sees a cute little dog. She asks the shopkeeper, "Does your dog bite?"
  • Eine Frau betritt eine Tierhandlung und sieht einen niedlichen kleinen Hund. Sie fragt den Ladenbesitzer: "Beißt Ihr Hund?"
  • The shopkeeper says, "No, my dog does not bit."
  • Der Ladenbesitzer sagt: "Nein, mein Hund beißt nicht."
  • The woman tries to pet the dog and the dog bites her.
  • Die Frau versucht den Hund zu streicheln und der Hund beißt sie.
  • "Ouch!" She says, "I thought you said your dog does not bite!"
  • "Autsch!" Sie sagt: "Ich dachte, Sie sagten, Ihr Hund beißt nicht!"
  • The shopkeeper replies, "That is not my dog!"
  • Der Ladenbesitzer antwortet: "Das ist nicht mein Hund!"
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