bidialectism

bidialectal

[bahy-dahy-uh-lek-tuhl]
adjective
proficient in or using two dialects of the same language.

Origin:
1965–70; bi-1 + dialectal, on the model of bilingual

bidialectalism, bidialectism, noun
bidialectalist, noun
bidialectally, adverb
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