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[はな()··こと()·()]
hanashikotoba
noun, no adjective

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[はなし()·こと()·()]
hanashikotoba

English Meaning(s) for 話し言葉

noun, no adjective
  1. spoken language; colloquial expression

Definition and Synonyms for 話し言葉

Spoken Word a word that is spoken aloud
Synonyms: 話し言葉
Colloquialism a colloquial expression
Synonyms: 俗語, 口語, 話し言葉
Spoken Language communication by word of mouth
Synonyms: ランゲージ, オーラルコミュニケーション, 口演, 口言葉, , , , , 言葉, 言の葉, 言語, 言辞, , 話し言葉,
Colloquialism characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
Synonyms: 俗語, 口語, 話し言葉

Meanings for each kanji in 話し言葉

tale; talk Kanji Details »
say Kanji Details »
leaf; plane; lobe; needle; blade; spear; counter for flat things; fragment; piece Kanji Details »

Categories 話し言葉 is a member of

Word a unit of language that native speakers can identify
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Formulation the style of expressing yourself
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Auditory Communication communication that relies on hearing
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Sample Sentences for 話し言葉

Dr. Patterson also uses spoken language with Koko.
These words aren't used in spoken language.
I can understand written Spanish just a little but spoken Spanish is Greek to me.
In spoken language, we do not pause between words, a fact that is somewhat surprising: We seem to hear separate words, we can clearly make them out.
Actors, artists, musicians, and writers may use many forms including spoken and written words, actions, colors and sounds.

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