“Shut up,” the hacker responded, using a Farsi colloquialism.
French colloquialism and idiom are the stumbling-blocks of the foreigner in France, even if he is college bred.
Professor Mathews seems to have a special dislike for this colloquialism.
He had never found any one in his life before quite so provocative of colloquialism as Mr. Pope.
There, Mr. Editor, you have a pleasing comminglement of romance and colloquialism.
A definition of the terms: "colloquialism" and "idiom" Instances of their use in the Speech on Conciliation.
Also, red-coats of old; whence lobster-box, a colloquialism for barracks.
A colloquialism usually denoting a shilling, valued at twelve and a half cents.
Also a colloquialism for marque, as a letter of mart or marque.
These elements had, however, to use a colloquialism, an "exceedingly rough time."