Phrase-book



noun
1.
a small book containing everyday phrases and sentences and their equivalents in a foreign language, written especially for travelers.
noun
1.
a book containing frequently used expressions and their equivalents in a foreign language, esp for the use of tourists

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    [freyz] /freɪz/ noun 1. Grammar. 2. Rhetoric. a word or group of spoken words that the mind focuses on momentarily as a meaningful unit and is preceded and followed by pauses. 3. a characteristic, current, or proverbial expression: a hackneyed phrase. 4. Music. a division of a composition, commonly a passage of four or eight […]

  • Phrasemaker

    [freyz-mey-ker] /ˈfreɪzˌmeɪ kər/ noun 1. a person who is skilled in coining well-turned ; phraseologist. 2. a person who makes catchy but often meaningless or empty statements.



  • Phrase-maker

    [freyz-mey-ker] /ˈfreɪzˌmeɪ kər/ noun 1. a person who is skilled in coining well-turned ; phraseologist. 2. a person who makes catchy but often meaningless or empty statements.

  • Phrase-marker

    noun, Linguistics. 1. (in generative grammar) a representation of the constituent structure of a sentence, using a tree diagram or labeled bracketing. noun 1. (linguistics) a representation, esp one in the form of a tree diagram, of the constituent structure of a sentence



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