Colloquialisms Sentence Examples
I realized I'd got a sizeable non-UK readership, so I try when I remember not to use too many British colloquialisms.
I enjoy your little colloquialisms.
I rejected all local colloquialisms to arrive at a dialog that had a certain naivety and innocence.
Brush off the thesaurus and replace those colloquialisms with formal modes of speech.
This is how you learn all of the particular colloquialisms, idioms and even emotions tied to how a language is expressed.
The work has no pretensions to style, and contains many colloquialisms. The greater part of it was transferred without acknowledgment to the work of Marcellus Empiricus (c. 410), De Medicamentis Empiricis, Physicis, et Rationabilibus, which is of great value for the correction of the text of Largus.
Go around the barn at high noon to avoid colloquialisms.
They were written in pithy and popular language, full of proverbs and colloquialisms. Plato is said to have introduced them into Athens and to have made use of them in his dialogues; according to Suidas, they were Plato's constant companions, and he even slept with them under his pillow.