dialect


dialect
DIALÉCT, dialecte, s.n. 1. Ramificaţie teritorială a unei limbi, cuprinzând adesea mai multe graiuri. 2. (impr.) Grai. 3. (impr.) Limbă. [pr.: di-a-] – Din fr. dialecte, lat. dialectus.
Trimis de romac, 03.03.2004. Sursa: DEX '98

DIALÉCT s. (lingv.) (livr.) idiom, (rar) vorbire. (dialectul muntenesc.)
Trimis de siveco, 05.08.2004. Sursa: Sinonime

DIALÉCT s. v. grai.
Trimis de siveco, 13.09.2007. Sursa: Sinonime

dialéct s. n. (sil. di-a-), pl. dialécte
Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic

DIALÉCT dialecte n. Ramificaţie teritorială a unei limbi cu trăsături specifice (fonetice, lexicale, gramaticale) faţă de alte ramificaţii similare şi faţă de limba literară. [Sil. di-a-] /<fr. dialecte, lat. dialectus
Trimis de siveco, 22.08.2004. Sursa: NODEX

DIALÉCT s.n. 1. Ramificaţie teritorială a unei limbi, ale cărei trăsături caracteristice (fonetice, lexicale, gramaticale etc.) o deosebesc de limba comună a întregului popor şi de alte ramificaţii teritoriale ale acestei limbi. ♦ Grai. ♦ Jargon. 2. (impr.) Limbaj special tehnic. [pron. di-a-. / < fr. dialecte, lat. dialectus, gr. dialektos – grai].
Trimis de LauraGellner, 19.02.2005. Sursa: DN

dialéct (dialécte), s.m. – Ramificare teritorială a unei limbi, grai. – var. (înv.) dialecta. fr. dialecte, şi înv. (sec. XVIII), din gr. διαλεξις (Gáldi 170). – Der. dialectal, adj., din fr.; dialectic, adj.
Trimis de blaurb, 14.11.2008. Sursa: DER

DIALÉCT s. n. 1. variantă regională a unei limbi, caracterizată prin particularităţi fonetice şi lexicale. 2. (impr.) grai. (< fr. dialecte, lat. dialectus)
Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN

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