Object-language



noun
1.
the language to which a metalanguage refers.
noun
1.
a language described by or being investigated by another language Compare metalanguage

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    [ob-jikt-lis, -jekt-] /ˈɒb dʒɪkt lɪs, -dʒɛkt-/ adjective 1. not directed toward any goal; purposeless; aimless. 2. having no : an objectless preposition.



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