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Synonyms for vernacular

Synonyms for vernacular

a system of terms used by a people sharing a history and culture

a variety of a language that differs from the standard form

specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture

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Although the passage at first seems to suggest that postal literacy stands in opposition to the "word-of-mouth" of the vernacular, it ultimately reveals that official, literate culture can be vernacularized by being brought into relation with its oral other.
11) But in the contemporary globalized world mobility has become, as it were, vernacularized, especially for elites, interrupting and trumping the intimate links between literal and literary travel.
25) And it did so, in part, by means of a state-appointed liturgy that was not only vernacularized but nationally and coercively uniform.
This essay also triggers the question of whether the general deterioration of Philippine tertiary education, including the teaching of English in supposedly elite schools, may be an important factor in the popularity of vernacularized English.
This cliche of vernacularized Freudian psychology has entered into mainstream acceptance, and has now become a rather unquestioned premise, effacing the radical split between fantasy and enactment.