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par·lance

 (pär′ləns)
n.
1. A particular manner of speaking; idiom: legal parlance.
2. Speech, especially a conversation or parley.

[Middle French, from Old French, from parler, to speak; see parley.]

parlance

(ˈpɑːləns)
n
1. a particular manner of speaking, esp when specialized; idiom: political parlance.
2. archaic any discussion, such as a debate
[C16: from Old French, from parler to talk, via Medieval Latin from Late Latin parabola speech, parable; compare parley]

par•lance

(ˈpɑr ləns)

n.
1. a way or manner of speaking; vernacular; jargon: legal parlance.
2. speech, esp. a formal discussion or debate.
3. talk; parley.
[1570–80; < Anglo-French < Old French <parler to speak; see parley]

parlance

A particular way of speaking, or the specialized idiom of a particular group of people.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.parlance - a manner of speaking that is natural to native speakers of a language
formulation, expression - the style of expressing yourself; "he suggested a better formulation"; "his manner of expression showed how much he cared"

parlance

noun language, talk, speech, tongue, jargon, idiom, lingo (informal), phraseology, manner of speaking He is, in common parlance, a `sad loser'.

parlance

noun
Choice of words and the way in which they are used:
Translations
SprachgebrauchSprachverwendung
kõneviis
kielipuhetapaslangi

parlance

[ˈpɑːləns] Nlenguaje m
in common parlanceen lenguaje corriente
in technical parlanceen lenguaje técnico

parlance

[ˈpɑːrləns] n
in common parlance → en langage courant

parlance

n in common/modern parlanceim allgemeinen/modernen Sprachgebrauch; in technical/legal parlancein der Fachsprache/Rechtssprache

parlance

[ˈpɑːləns] n in common/modern parlancenel linguaggio comune/moderno