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A millennial who came to South Korea 10 years ago, she has adapted her accent and vernacular to sound like a local, including using the ubiquitous English loanwords that are never used in North Korea.
THE NORTH KOREANS WHO ESCAPE BACK HOMEFIONA ZUBLINOCTOBER 14, 2020OZY
The concept in science is a bit different than the everyday vernacular.
Such wide-reaching adoption is possible because language models, the engines behind natural language processing, can be trained to learn a specific vernacular.
These companies have been in a four-year race to gather data in local languages, develop chatbots and voice recognition tools, and help businesses communicate with customers in their own vernacular.
Seeing the opportunity to cash in on TikTok’s audience, vernacular language social network platform ShareChat launched Moj, entertainment company Zee5 released HiPi, and music-streaming giant Gaana created HotShots.
Acquinoshinee, or United People, the vernacular name of the Iroquois for their confederacy.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
One of the maxims of Greek business life, translated into the American vernacular, is 'Put out the other fellow's eye.'
THE OLD WORLD IN THE NEWEDWARD ALSWORTH ROSS
Sometimes we trod on "duck boards" as the Americans call them, or "bath mats" in the Britisher's vernacular, laid end to end.
There are two classes of these: those to whom it is vernacular, and those who learn it in addition to their own language.
Do you agree with the prediction that within a century English will be the vernacular of a quarter of the people of the world?

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION