What is natural language

natural language (German)

Part of speech: noun, (Female), Part of speech: word combination, adjectival declension

Hyphenation:
natural language, Plural: natural languages
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [naˈtyːɐ̯lɪçə ˈʃpʀaːχə]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Linguistics: all languages ​​that have ever been learned as mother tongues, regardless of whether these languages ​​are already extinct or are still in use. "Natural language" is a counter-term to planned language, world auxiliary language and formal language and emphasizes that it is not an artificially developed language, but rather a language that has evolved over time.
Opposite words:
1) formal language, artificial language, planned language, world auxiliary language
General terms:
1) language
Application examples:
1) English, French and Latin are natural languages.
1) Natural languages developed historically and were not invented for specific purposes.
1) „Natural language In contrast to the artificial languages ​​(programming languages) has only a limited technological rationality and standardity. "

Translations

  • English: 1) natural language
  • French: 1) langue naturelle (Female)
  • Kurdish: 1) zimanê xwezayî
  • Swedish: 1) Naturligt språk (neuter)

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Hardly anyone can do another natural language to learn as well as his mother tongue.
Tatoeba.org set example 2066969

The most important means of representation for people is natural language, and the obvious question arises: How is the gender order represented linguistically?
Tichy's insight, January 27, 2021

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "natural language":

programming language: ... and language Related terms: 1) Machine language Opposite words: 1) Natural language Parent terms: 1) Language Subordinate terms: 1) ...

World language: ... (English, French, Spanish, with some restrictions German), Esperanto lacks that which every natural language possesses: the symbolic value of a cultural identity that ...

Formal language: Abbreviation: FS Opposite words: 1) Natural language Superordinate terms: 1) Language Examples of use: 1) Every formal language over an alphabet Σ is a subset of the Kleene envelope Σ * of Σ

Spoken language: ... plural: [ˈlaʊ̯tˌʃpʀaːχn̩] Word meaning / definition: 1) Linguistics: natural language from the special point of view that it is in contrast to sign language ...

Usage language:… Usage | linguistic meaning / definition: 1) natural language used by a language community Opposite words: 1) formal language Superordinate terms:…


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natural number (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine), part of speech: word combination, adjectival declination syllable separation: ...

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more natural (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: na | Tür | li | che | ren Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…

more natural (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: na | Tür | li | che | rer Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…

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