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Hypercorrect vs Hyperforeign - What's the difference?

hypercorrect | hyperforeign | Hypernyms |

Hypercorrect is a hypernym of hyperforeign.


As adjectives the difference between hypercorrect and hyperforeign

is that hypercorrect is (grammar) incorrect because of a mistaken idea of standard usage while hyperforeign is (linguistics) resulting from the misapplication of foreign reading rules, such as dropping the ‘t’ in claret.

As a verb hypercorrect

is to change (a word or phrase) to an incorrect form in the mistaken belief that it is standard usage.

Hyperforeignization vs Hyperforeign - What's the difference?

hyperforeignization | hyperforeign | Derived terms |

Hyperforeignization is a derived term of hyperforeign.


As an adjective hyperforeign is

(linguistics) resulting from the misapplication of foreign reading rules, such as dropping the ‘t’ in claret.

Hyperforeignism vs Hyperforeign - What's the difference?

hyperforeignism | hyperforeign | Derived terms |

Hyperforeignism is a derived term of hyperforeign.


As a noun hyperforeignism

is (linguistics|uncountable) the misapplication of foreign pronunciation or usage.

As an adjective hyperforeign is

(linguistics) resulting from the misapplication of foreign reading rules, such as dropping the ‘t’ in claret.

Claret vs Hyperforeign - What's the difference?

claret | hyperforeign |


As a noun claret

is (soccer) someone connected with , as a fan, player, coach etc.

As an adjective hyperforeign is

(linguistics) resulting from the misapplication of foreign reading rules, such as dropping the ‘t’ in claret.