How to use "linguistic" in sentences with meaning in English and Hindi

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Example sentences for "linguistic" in popular movie and book plots

  • She discovers a passionate man with a highly developed imagination, linguistic style, and the sensitivity of an artist, a man endowed with a magnetic personality who draws people close to him while at the same time knows how to seclude himself and keep a secret, but mainly a man who is capable of loving at great magnitudes and who is willing to sacrifice for his love, for his love of the land, for his love of a woman and eventually pay the ultimate price for it.  - Ot me-Avshalom
  • She is a working lady with model looks and an expert on English language which provokes Tafangam to respond and use his unbearable foreign linguistic skills.  - Jalebiyan
  • Many years later sometime during the nineties of the last century, long after Kubha died a gruesome death during the partition riots of 1947, her grandson Kratu, who is doing his masters at Stanford University, and his girlfriend Afsar, who studies linguistic palaeontology, figure out that the stories are not mere bedtime tales.  - The Ekkos Clan
  • The story that the stranger narrates shows the communal, social, linguistic and historical differences among the ghosts, as they belong to different eras.  - Gang of Ghosts
  • Bengalis in East Pakistan demand political, cultural and linguistic freedom from the intense and brutal oppression of Pakistan, and rebel against West Pakistan.  - Goynar Baksho
  • Luv Kumar is the son of parents who had fallen in love and gotten married despite belonging to two different linguistic backgrounds.  - Nachavule
  • The life of the American airmen is described in detail, and Falstein focuses on the relations with the "natives", that is, the Italian people of Apulia, hindered by the linguistic barrier, and the sometimes uneasy relations between airmen from different parts of the United States and different ethnic backgrounds (one of the gunners, Cosmo Fidanza, is the son of an Italian immigrant coming from Bari, the capital of the region).  - Face of a Hero
  • Mark Abraham (Vajramuni), an epigraphist and linguistic expert, stumbles upon the writings of an explorer about the treasure of the Bherunda kingdom and determines to retrieve it, and is assisted by his student Myna (Jaimala).  - Gandu Bherunda
  • Convinced the list contains a secret code, the pedantic Aramis helps decipher the list, using advanced linguistic and Biblical knowledge.  - Revenge of the Musketeers
  • Davies then reveals to Carruthers that his real interest in the area is that he suspects that the Imperial German Navy is engaged in covert military activity of some nature in the Frisian Islands, with the intention of threatening the security of the North Sea from the British perspective, which the Royal Navy is strategically misdirected to meet, and this is why he has invited Carruthers' presence, given his linguistic ability in Deutsch and professional contacts within Whitehall, on a pre-text of a holiday.  - The Riddle of the Sands (film)
  • ” His linguistic capacity, thoughts and speech correspond to those of modern man, and he also is knowledgeable about history, politics, philosophy and literature.  - Hominid (novel)
  • Thus the gardener (G) is in a summerhouse (S), the secretary (S) in a coach house (C) and the chauffeur (C) in a garage (G), achieving a kind of linguistic circularity.  - Report on Probability A
  • Back aboard the Ima Hooker, O'Casey explains that there is a great deal in common between Pedi's people, the "Shin", and Cord's people, the X'Intai, as can be seen in many linguistic similarities between their two languages.  - March to the Stars
  • The traveller's name, as it turns out, is Martin Pearce, a man of liberal thought and broad linguistic knowledge, and something of an "Orientalist".  - Desertion (novel)
  • By comparing with its earlier sections, linguistic evidence seen in the last few lines suggest the beginning of a new episode in the saga.  - Kutune Shirka
  • His linguistic proficiency was such that he was unable to approach, let alone conducts a conversation with, the giant of existentialism.  - Papa Sartre
  • Her manager reinvents Mei's image by masking her native and Taiwanese Hokkien linguistic origins but portraying her as a product of a rich and respectable family who has since emigrated to the United States but that Mei had decided to stay behind to pursue her singing career.  - Papa, Can You Hear Me Sing
  • Joana's wildness and barely suppressed violence, along with her linguistic creativity, are her most notable features.  - Near to the Wild Heart
  • Meanwhile other Smurfs start debating the linguistic issue.  - Schtroumpf Vert et Vert Schtroumpf
  • Misafa Lesafa explores the inner workings of writers’ minds to reveal how each handles their craft differently and responds to the common linguistic conflict they all face: How do you find your voice when two languages pull you in different directions.  - Misafa Lesafa
  • highly idiosyncratic linguistic modifications, classical lexicon and scholarly references) themselves.  - La Fábula de Polifemo y Galatea
  • Meanwhile, Pantić's youngest son Aca is having problems with his demanding and nitpicky English professor (Irfan Mensur) who obsessively makes his students dissect the linguistic nuances of Leigh Hunt's poem "Jenny kiss'd Me".  - A Tight Spot
  • The play is rich in linguistic play, courtship scenes, and disguises and cross-dressing, and includes abundant comic material from the clown Frisco.  - Englishmen for My Money
  • The story begins with a discussion of the unclear linguistic origin of the name Odradek, followed by a detailed description of the creature: At first glance it looks like a flat star-shaped spool for thread, and indeed it does seem to have thread wound upon it; to be sure, they are only old, broken-off bits of thread, knotted and tangled together, of the most varied sorts and colors.  - The Cares of a Family Man
  • Subsequently, Dominic returns to a normal existence and resumes his linguistic research.  - Youth Without Youth (film)
  • (The book's cover shows Gilbert on the deck of a modern submarine) Together with some hundred other "Temporally Displaced Persons," or DTIs, the government term for those it’s kidnapped from other times, Gilbert is illegally incarcerated in a secret installation in Horsefield, New Jersey where authorities conduct experiments designed to extract historical and linguistic secrets from the past.  - Fire in the Abyss
  • Dr Alton Forelle, a psycholinguist, recognises that Acorna may be a member of an alien species and is determined to experiment on her to further his theories on linguistic development, hoping that this work will earn him a university post.  - Acorna: The Unicorn Girl
  • Because of his impending wedding, Imriel begins to take lessons with Alais on Alban history, law, religion, and linguistic nuances.  - Kushiel's Justice
  • From Richard Scott, a linguistic Anthropologist, to Jon Hackett a Complexity Physicist.  - Decipher (novel)
  • By coincidence, the symbol on the jewel matches one known only to the highest holy man, the symbol of "Sikander" (a linguistic corruption of Alexander the Great), who had conquered the country thousands of years before and promised to return.  - The Man Who Would Be King (film)
  • Blacktooth's reputation as a misfit compels the Abbot of Leibowitz, Jarad, to seek his expulsion from the order, while Blacktooth's unique linguistic skills attract the attention of the visiting Cardinal Elia Brownpony (called the Red Deacon since he was never ordained as a priest).  - Saint Leibowitz and the Wild Horse Woman
  • The Man Who Loved Children was originally set in Sydney but the setting was altered to suit an American audience, to Washington,C, somewhat unconvincingly due to linguistic nuances.  - The Man Who Loved Children
  • Among those is Osiris, a blind operative who had an uncanny linguistic ability and has also regarded Ambler as his close friend.  - The Ambler Warning
  • Seven instead enables the drone's linguistic functions, allowing it to learn by language.  - Drone (Star Trek: Voyager)
  • [237] The enduring linguistic and cultural tensions that have defined Canadian society are also reflected in the novel; during their time working in the uranium mines of Elliot Lake, the brothers are frequently in conflict with their francophone coworkers.  - No Great Mischief
  • Because of her linguistic skills, the widowed Szabo is recruited as a spy by the British government for operations in France.  - Carve Her Name with Pride
  • The roommates begin to develop a unique companionship as they struggle together through their cultural and linguistic challenges in their program.  - L'Auberge Espagnole
  • The team includes archaeologists, linguistic experts, drillers, mercenaries, and a guide named Alexa Woods (Sanaa Lathan).  - Alien vs. Predator (film)
  • After extensive linguistic and cultural training and surgery designed to make him appear to be Sirian, he is sent to the Sirian outpost world of Jaimec to begin his mission.  - Wasp (novel)
  • There are many similarities with Joyce's Ulysses: the linguistic rhythms and wordplay, the Symbolist and subtle political concerns which structure the themes of the novel, the setting of the action in a capital city that is itself a character, the use of humor.  - Petersburg (novel)
  • Inside was a stone with a galactic map and the text, "Hiigara", which, despite other linguistic drifts, still meant "Home" in every dialect on Kharak.  - Homeworld 2
  • The realistic handling of linguistic and psychological barriers is one of the stronger aspects of the books (especially compared to the genre as a whole).  - The Chanur novels
  • Onno is an introverted, rather arrogant and highly intelligent linguistic genius who, despite his gift for languages, studied law.  - The Discovery of Heaven
  • The first expedition to Rakhat, the world that is sending the music, is organized by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), known for its missionary, linguistic and scientific activities since the time of its founder, Ignatius of Loyola.  - The Sparrow (novel)
  • The narrator, Francis Wayland Thurston, recounts his discovery of notes left behind by his grand-uncle, Brown University linguistic professor George Gammell Angell after his death in the winter of 1926–27.  - The Call of Cthulhu

Example sentences for "linguistic" in interesting articles

  • In general, your business will be better served by a good developer, one who can better understand the cultural and linguistic context your project will live within, who is working on a similar time schedule, and who has a professional stake in producing good work.  - Why I Will Never Feel Threatened by Programmers in India
  • Even BJP parliamentarians today are given to openly asking them to “go to Pakistan” as an alternative to being subjected to the “final solution” here. Appeal to social frustration Playing on the insecurities and frustrations of religious and linguistic communities is second nature to almost all political parties and leaders in India.  - India is displaying classic signs that foreshadow fascism
  • It's important to remember that there are still many ethnic, religious, and linguistic divides in India, which prevent the country from unifying around one collective goal. Education is also a problem.  - India (2002)
  • Some estimates hold that IBM now has more workers in India than in the U.S.Meanwhile, problems are always bound to arise when a crucial chunk of a company’s workforce operates off-site, as Marissa Mayer might attest, especially when there are time zones and linguistic barriers at play.Indian coders, it seems, have partly become victims of their own success—offering such a good deal to American CEOs to do a job just as well (or at least almost as well) as similarly-trained Americans, that their code has become pervasive.  - Behind the 'Bad Indian Coder'
  • See how there was no problem with communication when I chose to use arbitrary meanings?” I also have a problem with words being misused, then passed off as some sort of linguistic evolution.  - How Coca-Cola won the war
  • I encourage companies to crack down on crackers. Let's not make the same linguistic mistake we despise when the average reporter gets it wrong. [ObDisclaimer: my employer has business relationships with DirecTV, but I do not speak for them] Re:Umm, this is about cracking, not hacking (Score:2) by Pig Hogger ( 10379 ) writes: Since this is really about theft-of-service, we're not talking hacking, but cracking.  - DirecTV's Secret War On Hackers (2001)
  • And, about a dozen major scripts are used to communicate in these languages. Though the country once boasted about this linguistic complexity, people have since found that it poses barriers to effective communication. An ideal situation would be the use of a single language across India, but researchers feel that it is too ambitious a project.  - IIT prof writes one script to unify 22 languages
  • One of these is the ratio of the number of dependent clauses used to the number of sentences used, which serves to indicate the complexity of the linguistic pattern turned out.  - The Defeat of the Schools (1939)
  • His first book of poetry was published in 1956.The author was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1999, for portraying "the forgotten face of history".Praising The Tin Drum, the Nobel committee said that it was "as if German literature had been granted a new beginning after decades of linguistic and moral destruction".'Strange and beautiful'The magical realist novel's narrator decides to stop growing at the age of three, and watches the adult world around him as events overtake his family and Danzig.  - German author Guenter Grass dies
  • There are few foreigners, linguistic differences are rare and on the surface class distinctions are largely absent.  - Japan's hidden caste of untouchables

Meaning of "linguistic" in English

  • consisting of or related to language
    - a linguistic atlas
    - lingual diversity
  • of or relating to the scientific study of language

Meaning of "linguistic" in Hindi

  • भाषा संबंधी ( Bhasha sanbandhi, bhaashaa sanbandhee)
  • बहु भाषा अध्ययन संबंधी ( Bahu bhasha adhyayan sanbandhi, bahu bhaashaa adhyayan sanbandhee)
  • भाषा विज्ञान ( Bhasha vigyan, bhaashaa vigyan, bhasha wigyan)
  • भाषाई ( Bhashai, bhaashaaee)

Synonyms of "linguistic"

  • lingual

Antonyms of "linguistic"

  • nonlinguistic

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