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20 Mar idiom

A colloquial expression that often either simplifies the language necessary to convey a meaning or adds salient denotations or connotations to a phrase. Poetry often builds idiomatic language by combining words and concepts in ways that can elicit multiple interpretations or emotional responses. Idiomatic language is often the most expressive and the least grammatically correct. The extent to which language- or culture-specific idioms appear in text determines the difficulty of translation.
Keywords: word
sentence
understanding
meaningful
expressiveness
translation
References: chaos
comprehension
fuzzy logic
natural language
words/morphology

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