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Example sentences for colloquial

Common names are also provided for standardized formats, when the formal name excludes colloquial elements.
Perhaps my more colloquial understanding of random is different from the mathematical meaning.
Flutter sounds colloquial and innocuous, but it can be deadly.
Yet he was plain and colloquial in speech, not full of profound pronunciamentos about life.
There is no colloquial designation that guarantees quality.
The poems selected are mostly written in a natural, colloquial style and should be read that way.
In colloquial use, burning is also accompanied by a high amount of heat being released and flames.
Direct the translators to produce colloquial questions and instructions that survey respondents can easily understand and use.
For formats established by corporations, the common or colloquial full name is provided.
White lightning is a colloquial term for thunderstorms occurring with snow.

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