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lin·guis·tic

 (lĭng-gwĭs′tĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to language or linguistics.

lin·guis′ti·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.linguistically - with respect to the science of linguistics; "linguistically interesting data"
2.linguistically - with respect to language; "linguistically impaired children"; "a lingually diverse population"
Translations
nyelvi szempontbólnyelvileg

linguistically

[lɪŋˈgwɪstɪkəlɪ] ADV [able, skilled] → desde el punto de vista lingüístico
she's very gifted linguisticallytiene mucha facilidad para las idiomas
linguistically speakinglingüísticamente hablando, hablando desde un punto de vista lingüístico

linguistically

advsprachlich, linguistisch; linguistically awaresprachbewusst; linguistically speakingvom linguistischen Standpunkt aus (gesehen)
References in classic literature ?
It is introduced, not because observation reveals it, but because it is linguistically convenient and apparently demanded by grammar.
Researchers have found that stories based on imagined experiences are linguistically different from those based on real experiences.
medicaid or medicare, if eligible; and 4) have not been exposed to a culturally and linguistically appropriate public awareness messages regarding lupus.
Over 7 per cent of children about to enter secondary education are at risk of leaving school linguistically illiterate and 6.
Teaching Advanced Literacy Skills: A Guide for Leaders in Linguistically Diverse Schools
Children's learning at school can be heavily influenced by these home based literacy activities and, for children who are linguistically diverse, the link between home and school based literacy can be problematic.
In December, the health department's Office of Health Disparities launched a training video and toolkit to help state and local health agencies institute a set of national standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services.
The Society's encourages linguistically gifted children and feels proud of our rich language and Arab identity which is part of the Society's goals.
Some general recognition of culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) students with ASD has begun to emerge in the literature, as demonstrated in an article by Rodriguez (2009).
Today's new teachers, with growing frequency, are assigned to teach linguistically diverse students, often referred to as English Language Learners (ELLs) (de Jong & Harper, 2005; Pappamihiel, 2007).
Salah (prayer) linguistically means supplication, but in the Sharee'ah, it means words and actions that start with Takbeer - saying Allhu Akbar - Allh is the Greatest - and end with Tasleem - saying Assalamu Alaykum - peace be upon you (at the end of the prayer), accompanied with the intention of some specific conditions (the conditions that must be present and carried out before performing the prayer).
The 10th edition has more on critical factors that make special education special; a new section on universal design for learning; a new introduction to response to intervention and description of two research-based methods for making Tier 1 instruction more effective for all students; and more on the disproportionate representations of culturally and linguistically diverse students in special education, strategies for partnering with parents and families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the Picture Exchange Communication System as a form of augmentative and alternative communication, ensuring students with significant disabilities have access to the general education curriculum, and deficits in joint attention by children with autism.