idiomatic

[ id-ee-uh-mat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF idiomatic

Synonyms for idiomatic

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His constant aim is to reproduce his text in a pure and idiomatic Danish.

Another method is to read and translate some idiomatic foreign work.

And she could translate quite well, in an idiomatic fashion.

This accounts for his perfect and idiomatic English and for his knowledge of our cities.

He is not afraid of an idiomatic touch, nor of pithy, vigorous words.

She finished with some idiomatic French, the context of which Joe did not gather.

It is necessary that the English shall be sound and idiomatic.

Is not blood, after all, thicker than water, in their own idiomatic phrase?

Thirdly, memorize the irregular or idiomatic phenomena of the language.

Idiomatic English was clearly not a strong point with the council.

WORD ORIGIN

1712, from Latin idiomaticus, from Greek idiomatikos; from idios "one's own" (see idiom) + matos "thinking, animated" (see automaton).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IDIOMATIC

colloquial

adjectiveparticular, familiar to an area, informal
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