In the meantime, she continues to speak with idiomatic brusqueness.
Full-time residents, who call themselves Yoopers, use the same name to refer to their idiomatic English.
“There was no absolute word in the Russian idiomatic language,” he said.
What a pity it is that so powerful and idiomatic a writer should be so incorrect grammatically and scholastically speaking!
His constant aim is to reproduce his text in a pure and idiomatic Danish.
Equability of tone is best attained by the exclusive use of familiar and idiomatic words.
Another method is to read and translate some idiomatic foreign work.
Symphonic music—in as much as the concertmaster is concerned, is usually not idiomatic violin music.
And she could translate quite well, in an idiomatic fashion.
Stage talk should be, De Goncourt asserted, flowing and idiomatic—never bookish.