natural language


natural language
noun
a human written or spoken language used by a community; opposed to e.g. a computer language
Syn: ↑tongue
Hypernyms: ↑language, ↑linguistic communication
Hyponyms:
mother tongue, ↑maternal language, ↑first language, ↑tone language, ↑tonal language, ↑creole, ↑Amerind, ↑Amerindian language, ↑American-Indian language, ↑American Indian, ↑Indian, ↑Eskimo-Aleut, ↑Eskimo-Aleut language, ↑Chukchi, ↑Chukchi language, ↑Sino-Tibetan, ↑Sino-Tibetan language, ↑Austro-Asiatic, ↑Austro-Asiatic language, ↑Munda-Mon-Khmer, ↑Hmong, ↑Hmong language, ↑Miao, ↑Austronesian, ↑Austronesian language, ↑Papuan, ↑Papuan language, ↑Khoisan, ↑Khoisan language, ↑Indo-European, ↑Indo-European language, ↑Indo-Hittite, ↑Ural-Altaic, ↑Basque, ↑Elamitic, ↑Elamite, ↑Susian, ↑Kassite, ↑Cassite, ↑Caucasian, ↑Caucasian language, ↑Dravidian, ↑Dravidic, ↑Dravidian language, ↑Afroasiatic, ↑Afro-Asiatic, ↑Afroasiatic language, ↑Afrasian, ↑Afrasian language, ↑Hamito-Semitic, ↑Niger-Kordofanian, ↑Niger-Kordofanian language, ↑Nilo-Saharan, ↑Nilo-Saharan language

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ˌnatural ˈlanguage 7 [natural language] noun countable, uncountable
a language that has developed in a natural way and is not designed by humans

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