Definition of Language system
1. Noun. A system of linguistic units or elements used in a particular language.
Generic synonyms: Scheme, System
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Literary usage of Language system
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1. Teaching for Deep Comprehension: A Reading Workshop Approach by Linda J. Dorn, Carla Soffos (2005)
"In her next passage, she defies the very foundation of the language system by eliminating the spaces between words, forcing the reader to treat the words as ..."
2. The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries (1913)
"... conference unless a complete language system is presented, does the Association reserve for itself the appointment of a committee of experts. ..."
3. The Children: Some Educational Problems by Alexander Darroch (1907)
"During the earlier stages of education the main interest must be in the construction for its own sake of the language system or the number system, ..."
4. Catalyzing Inquiry at the Interface of Computing and Biology by John C. Wooley, Herbert Lin (2005)
"Concepts in the CCDB are being mapped to the Unified Medical language system (UMLS), a large metathesaurus and knowledge source for the ..."
5. English for the Non-English by Norman Fergus Black (1913)
"The dual language system in Ontario has recently been the subject of an acrimonious controversy, in which party politics, racial jealousies, and religious ..."