vocabulary

  1. a listing of the words used in some enterprise
  2. a language user's knowledge of words
  3. the system of techniques or symbols serving as a means of expression (as in arts or crafts)

Vocabulary

A person`s vocabulary is the set of words within a language that are familiar to that person. A vocabulary usually develops with age, and serves as a useful and fundamental tool for communication and acquiring knowledge. Acquiring an extensive vocabulary is one of the largest challenges in learning a second language. == Definition and usage == Vo....
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vocabulary

(from the article `human behaviour`) ...e.g., `mommy,` `milk,` `go,` `yes,` `no,` and `dog.` By the time the child reaches his 18th month, he has a speaking vocabulary of about 50 words. ... ...first comprehensive classification into families of the North American Indian langua...
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vocabulary

(language/systems) The parts of a language or system that are arranged and organized by the grammar. These parts can be very simple or very complex. There can be few parts or many in a language/system.
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vocabulary

[n] - a listing of the words used in some enterprise 2. [n] - the system of techniques or symbols serving as a means of expression (as in arts or crafts) 3. [n] - a language user`s knowledge of words
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Vocabulary

• (n.) A sum or stock of words employed. • (n.) A list or collection of words arranged in alphabetical order and explained; a dictionary or lexicon, either of a whole language, a single work or author, a branch of science, or the like; a word-book.
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vocabulary

lexicon noun a language user`s knowledge of words
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Vocabulary

Vo·cab'u·la·ry noun ; plural Vocabularies . [ Late Latin vocabularium , vocabularius : confer French vocabulaire . See Vocable .] 1. A list or collection of words arranged in alphabetical order and explained; a dictionary or lexicon, either of a wh...
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vocabulary

a language user's knowledge of words
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Vocabulary

the particular selection or types of words chosen in speech or writing
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vocabulary

The set of words in a language. These are usually grouped into word fields so that the vocabulary can be said to show an internal structure. The term lexicon is also found here but the latter has two meanings (the words of a language and one's mental storehouse for these words).
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Vocabulary

The stock of available words in (1) a given language or (2) a given speaker of that language.
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vocabulary

The sum or the stock of words used by a language, a group, or an individual. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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vocabulary

vocabulary 1. A collection or list of words with brief explanations of their meanings. 2. The range, or extent, of words associated with a subject or area of activity, or used by a particular person, class, profession, etc. 3. The sum, or aggregate, of words composing a language, or languages. 4. Etymology: a stock of words from 1532, in the wri...
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Vocabulary

Vocabulary refers to the words a reader knows. Listening vocabulary refers to the words a person knows when hearing them in oral speech. Speaking vocabulary refers to the words we use when we speak. Reading vocabulary refers to the words a person knows when seeing them in print. Writing vocabulary refers to the words we use in writing.
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Vocabulary

Vocabulary refers to the words a reader knows. Listening vocabulary refers to the words a person knows when hearing them in oral speech. Speaking vocabulary refers to the words we use when we speak. Reading vocabulary refers to the words a person knows when seeing them in print. Writing vocabulary refers to the words we use in writing.
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