Define, Pronounce, and use in a BASIC sentence: colloquially?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
/kəˈloʊkwiəl/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [kuh-loh-kwee-uhl] Show IPA
1. characteristic of or appropriate to ordinary or familiar conversation rather than formal speech or writing; informal.
2. involving or using conversation.
Definition: pertaining to words or expressions more suitable for speech than writing; in informal, conversational style.
Although his colloquial style is fun and easy to read, his content is quite profound.
- DandoLv 71 decade ago
Sorry, but I'm not too sure just what you're asking. Are you wanting to know the definition of "pronounce" ? If so, it means either to say a word in a certain way (She doesn't pronounce German terribly well) or to speak a word as it should be spoken, say it correctly. (How do you pronounce S-Y-Z-Y-G-Y ?)
There are two basic sentences. In colloquial (informal) language, you could say "I can't get my mouth round some long words".
- Rayven53Lv 61 decade ago
Colloquially means in common speech; slang is colloquial expression. But I cannot for the life of me figure out how to pronounce this word in type!?! heh heh Mebbe Caw-lo-kwee-uh-lee!?!
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- 1 decade ago
colloquially- to speak or write in a very informal way
In a sentence : Young people tend to speak very colloquially these days.
- MamieLv 71 decade ago
Your question leaves me speechless.