metalanguage

Metalanguage vs Language - What's the difference?

metalanguage | language |


As nouns the difference between metalanguage and language

is that metalanguage is (linguistics|translation studies|critical theory) any language or vocabulary of specialized terms used to describe or analyze a language or linguistic process while language is (lb) a body of words, and set of methods of combining them (called a grammar), understood by a community and used as a form of communication or language can be a languet, a flat plate in or below the flue pipe of an organ.

As a verb language is

to communicate by language; to express in language.

Metalanguage vs Jargon - What's the difference?

metalanguage | jargon |


As nouns the difference between metalanguage and jargon

is that metalanguage is (linguistics|translation studies|critical theory) any language or vocabulary of specialized terms used to describe or analyze a language or linguistic process while jargon is jargon.

Metalanguage - What does it mean?

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Objectlanguage vs Metalanguage - What's the difference?

objectlanguage | metalanguage |


As a noun metalanguage is

(linguistics|translation studies|critical theory) any language or vocabulary of specialized terms used to describe or analyze a language or linguistic process.

Taxonomy vs Metalanguage - What's the difference?

taxonomy | metalanguage |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and metalanguage

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while metalanguage is (linguistics|translation studies|critical theory) any language or vocabulary of specialized terms used to describe or analyze a language or linguistic process.

Metalanguage vs Metasyntax - What's the difference?

metalanguage | metasyntax |


As nouns the difference between metalanguage and metasyntax

is that metalanguage is (linguistics|translation studies|critical theory) any language or vocabulary of specialized terms used to describe or analyze a language or linguistic process while metasyntax is the syntax of a metalanguage.

Metalanguage vs Metalexicography - What's the difference?

metalanguage | metalexicography | Related terms |

Metalanguage is a related term of metalexicography.


As nouns the difference between metalanguage and metalexicography

is that metalanguage is (linguistics|translation studies|critical theory) any language or vocabulary of specialized terms used to describe or analyze a language or linguistic process while metalexicography is (linguistics|lexicography) the study of lexicography.

Metalanguage vs Metametalanguage - What's the difference?

metalanguage | metametalanguage |


As nouns the difference between metalanguage and metametalanguage

is that metalanguage is (linguistics|translation studies|critical theory) any language or vocabulary of specialized terms used to describe or analyze a language or linguistic process while metametalanguage is a language used to define, analyze, or describe a metalanguage.

Metalanguage vs Metasemantics - What's the difference?

metalanguage | metasemantics |


As nouns the difference between metalanguage and metasemantics

is that metalanguage is (linguistics|translation studies|critical theory) any language or vocabulary of specialized terms used to describe or analyze a language or linguistic process while metasemantics is (linguistics) the part of metalanguage that deals with semantics.

Define vs Metalanguage - What's the difference?

define | metalanguage |


As nouns the difference between define and metalanguage

is that define is (computing|programming) a kind of macro in source code that replaces one text string with another wherever it occurs while metalanguage is (linguistics|translation studies|critical theory) any language or vocabulary of specialized terms used to describe or analyze a language or linguistic process.

As a verb define

is to determine with precision; to mark out with distinctness; to ascertain or exhibit clearly.

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