they examined how children acquire languagehow do children acquire language?Gestures are more basic, are deeper than language.
the tone of his language was diplomatic and politese expresó de forma diplomática y educada
I admire the directness /of the language/.Mr Harris has not been afraid to use language that many in his party despise
2(national tongue)lengua (f);idioma (m)
the history of the English language
the Spanish languagela lengua española;el idioma español;he studies languagesestudia idiomas or lenguas;she can speak six languageshabla seis idiomas
foreign words which come into the languageWithin a month the phrase would be part of the language. \COB1
first languagelengua (f) materna;modern languageslenguas (f) modernas
we don't talk the same languageno hablamos el mismo idioma
it still helps if you and your hairdresser are speaking the same language about the type of perm you want
3(means of expression)lenguaje (m)
in plain languageen lenguaje sencillo;legal/technical languagelenguaje (m) jurídico/técnico;the language of violenceel lenguaje de la violencia
While an attorney understands contracts and legal language, a good broker knows the marketplace, values, and negotiation strategiesJust because doctors use technical language, it doesn't mean they're using doublespeakThis is not /the language of diplomacy/. It is the language of an agressor...Public expressions of concern in the international arena about the arms trade are an established part of the language of diplomacy...the language of sociology...the language of businessthe language of art/science/flowerssymbolism is the language of dreamshe was taught maths, the language of science, from an early ageit takes a long time for you to understand how you interpret the language of art. You have to learn the symbolism of the art and its conventionsan ideological battle between those who favour signing as the language of the deaf and those who favour lip-reading and attempted verbalisationwhilst there is some truth in the notion of a language of non- verbal behaviour, it tends to be overstated...the language of love-making.
...higher level languages such as Fortran and Basic.
computer languagelenguaje (m) de ordenador or computador(a); (LAm)
watch your languageno digas palabrotas
"Albert," she said. "Your language!"
that's no language to use to your mother!¡así no se habla a tu madre!;bad languagepalabrotas (f);lenguaje (m) grosero
language acquisition (n)adquisición (f) del lenguaje
...a child at early stages of language acquisition
language barrier (n)barrera (f) del idioma
language degree (n)título (m) en idiomas
language development (n)desarrollo (m) lingüístico
Young children vary considerably in their language development
language laboratory (n)laboratorio (m) de idiomas
language school (n)academia (f) de idiomas
language skills (n)(with foreign languages)facilidad (f) para los idiomas
Fighting often lessens as language skills developif mental retardation accompanies his autism, he may show no language skills at allHe gave the following as what employers are looking for in graduates: problem-solving, /language skills/, communication, information technology and leadership
language student (n)estudiante (m) de idiomas
language studies (n)estudios (m) de idiomas
language teacher (n)profesoraprofesora (m) (f) de idiomas;aprofesora
I'm a language teachervacancies for English language teachers