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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of colloquial

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of colloquial:
/kəlowkwiəl/

Derived Form of colloquial

adjective
comparitive: more colloquial
superlative: most colloquial
Adjective satellite
1
characteristic of informal spoken language or conversation
  1. wrote her letters in a colloquial style
  2. the broken syntax and casual enunciation of conversational English
Synonymsconversational,
Adjective
1
characteristic of informal spoken language or conversation
Synonymsconversational,
Similarinformal,

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  1. In Chinese, there's a colloquial saying:
  2. classical and colloquial.
  3. colloquial dialects of today,
  4. But it's used in reading and writing in Media on children's TV shows and in formal speeches while the colloquial dialects are used almost universally
  5. Simple, colloquial phrases going over her head.
  6. The story needs to be written in lively colloquial English.
  7. Like what is the colloquial term for fucking
  8. fidget spinner. Hence the colloquial name nothing
  9. Kids are joking about the number of bottles (also colloquial word for twerp in German)
  10. SOMETIMES COLLOQUIAL
  11. We have thought about common colloquial expresions that we hear everyday
  12. any colloquial expression in Spanish
  13. letters it's kind of colloquial it's not slang but it's cool and I was just
  14. bit colloquial again it's kind of like oh he's got a short temper something you
  15. In addition, you are able to comprehend and use colloquial English.
  16. and commonly used in more colloquial speech
  17. And that's because people use it informally, casually, in colloquial speech.
  18. However, in informal colloquial speech it's pretty common
  19. of a colloquial contraction. So, I gotta go now is a common way. I gotta read that
  20. And the fifth one is to get sacked, which is another more colloquial way to say the