Globish


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Globish

(ˈɡləʊbɪʃ)
n
(Languages) a simplified version of English used by non-native speakers, consisting of the most common words and phrases only
[C20: a blend of globe and English]
Translations
globish
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Le scenario catastrophe ne laisse subsister qu'une seule langue, sans auteur et sans reuvre: le globish, mot valise pour global-english, et ses dialectes.
Si el globish era tematizado como signo de la nueva comunicacion planetaria, no fue sino entrados los primeros anos de este siglo cuando comenzaron a aparecer analisis razonados sobre los efectos de dicha realidad.
Seaman also discussed Globish, a simplified version of English for professional communication, but noted that the Globish vocabulary of 1,500 words may not be sufficient for medical and pharmaceutical communication.
Debemos estar atentos a ese lenguaje e incluso tener cuidado de evitar hablar todos el mismo tipo de Globish (3) o ingles simple al que nos hemos acostumbrado cada vez mas, ?
Perhaps we should think of "Jewish" as a kind of Globish.
Globish, Robert McCrum (reviewed by Edward Cornish), September-October 2011.
A veces llamado globish por la lengua artificial homonima (http://www.
These stories are appealing, but they tend to conflate rudimentary, utilitarian Globish with English.
3/10 NON-FICTION Globish, by Robert McCrum, is published in hardback by Viking, priced pounds 20.
They are actually speaking a pidgin, what McCrum and many other linguists call Globish.
To make things easier for people whose native language is not English, Jean-Paul Nerriere, a French-speaking former IBM executive, has developed a simplified version of English that he calls Globish.
ALTHOUGH in Europe there are about 25 separate languages spoken and 23 languages officially recognised by the European Union, it is English, or more accurately Globish (global English) that has become the unofficial language of the EU.