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It Has 5 letters ( i d i o m )         3 vowels ( i i o )         2 consonants ( d m )         Word on the contrary moidi

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English - Etymology

From Middle French _idiome_, and its source, Late Latin _idioma_, from Ancient Greek _ἰδίωμα_ (idíōma, “a peculiarity, property, a peculiar phraseology, idiom”), from _ἰδιοῦσθαι_ (idioûsthai, “to make one's own, appropriate to oneself”), from _ἴδιος_ (ídios, “one's own, pertaining to oneself, private, personal, peculiar, separate”).

From Middle French idiome, and its source, Late Latin idioma, from Ancient Greek ἰδίωμα (idíōma, a peculiarity, property, a peculiar phraseology, idiom), from ἰδιοῦσθαι (idioûsthai, to make one's own, appropriate to oneself), from ἴδιος (ídios, one's own, pertaining to oneself, private, personal, peculiar, separate).

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* (UK) IPA(key): /ˈɪdɪəm/

  • (UK) IPA(key): /ˈɪdɪəm/

Which the in categoryENGLISH - NOUN
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English - Noun

IDIOM (_plural_ IDIOMS _or_ IDIOMATA) * (now rare) A manner of speaking, a way of expressing oneself. * A language or dialect. * Specifically, a particular variety of language; a restricted dialect used in a given historical period, context etc. * 2010, Christopher Hitchens, "The _Other_ L-Word", _Vanity Fair_, 13 Jan 2010: Many parents and teachers have become irritated to the point of distraction at the way the weed-style growth of "like" has spread through the IDIOM of the young. * An artistic style (for example, in art, architecture, or music); an instance of such a style. * An expression peculiar to or characteristic of a particular language, especially when the meaning is illogical or separate from the meanings of its component words. * 2008, Patricia Hampl, “You’re History”, in Patricia Hampl and Elaine Tyler May (editors), _Tell Me True: Memoir, History, and Writing a Life_, Minnesota Historical Society, ISBN 9780873516303, page 134: _You’re history_, we say […] . Surely it is an American IDIOM. Impossible to imagine a postwar European saying, “You’re history. . . . That’s history,” meaning fuhgeddaboudit, pal. * (programming) A programming construct or phraseology generally held to be the most efficient, elegant or effective means to achieve a particular result or behavior. SYNONYMS * (phrase): expression (loosely), form of words (loosely), phrase (loosely) DERIVED TERMS * idiolect * idiomatic * idiomatical * idiomatically RELATED TERMS * idiosyncratic * idiot TRANSLATIONS SEE ALSO * Category:Idioms by language EXTERNAL LINKS * American idioms - a comprehensive list of idioms, browsable through alphabetical links. Includes parts of speech, definitions and example sentences. * English and American Idioms - RSS subscription channel * Glossary of Linguistics * Today's English Idioms at GoEnglish.com * idiom in _Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary_, G. & C. Merriam, 1913 * idiom in _The Century Dictionary_, The Century Co., New York, 1911

idiom (plural idioms or idiomata)

  1. (now rare) A manner of speaking, a way of expressing oneself.
  2. A language or dialect.
  3. Specifically, a particular variety of language; a restricted dialect used in a given historical period, context etc.
  4. An artistic style (for example, in art, architecture, or music); an instance of such a style.
  5. An expression peculiar to or characteristic of a particular language, especially when the meaning is illogical or separate from the meanings of its component words.
  6. (programming) A programming construct or phraseology generally held to be the most efficient, elegant or effective means to achieve a particular result or behavior.

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Which the in categoryENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
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* imido

Which the in categoryPOLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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Polish - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ˈidjɔm/

  • IPA(key): /ˈidjɔm/

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Polish - Noun

IDIOM m * idiom DECLENSION

idiom m

  1. idiom

Declension

Which the in categorySERBO-CROATIAN - PRONUNCIATION
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Serbo-Croatian - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /idǐoːm/ * Hyphenation: i‧di‧om

  • IPA(key): /idǐoːm/
  • Hyphenation: i‧di‧om

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Serbo-Croatian - Noun

IDÌŌM m (_Cyrillic spelling_ ИДЍО̄М) * idiom DECLENSION

idìōm m (Cyrillic spelling идѝо̄м)

  1. idiom

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