analytical languages meaning

  • plural noun
      Those that use separate words instead of inflections


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  1. And it is also why facial expressions are the analytical language behind the " Love Lab ."
  2. Everything gets thrown into a caldron of discussion where instead of analytical language, it is labels and preconceptions and generalities.
  3. In conversation, Lehman can come across as dry, using coolly analytical language, but he also has a quirky sense of humor.
  4. I have heard that the trend from synthetic to analytical language is not a hard and fast rule, and certainly any attempt to reconstruct PIE grammar must be highly speculative.
  5. But it `'makes sense, " he said, that perfect pitch, which requires both verbal and musical skills, is closely associated with analytical language areas found on the brain's left side.

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