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langage

  

      nm  
     (LINGUISTIQUE)   language  
langage du corps      body language  
langage des signes      sign language  
     (INFORMATIQUE)   language  
langage de programmation      programming language  
langage machine      machine language  
langage d'assemblage      assembly language  
langage évolué      high-level language  


abus de langage  
      nm   misuse of language  
excès de langage  
      nm   immoderate language
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
langage n.
language
[Comp.]

Additional comments:

Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
textese
n.
code language
nm.
spoken language
nm.
written language
nm.
ordinary language
n.
formal language
n.
foul language
n.
childish language
n.
law language
n.
everyday language
nm.
every day language
nm.
slang
nm.
popular language
nm.
commercial language
n.
informatics language
exp.
body language
n.
language of flowers
nm.
animal language
n.
object-oriented language
nm.
misuse of language
v.
say this
il lui tint à peu près ce langage : he said more or less this; this is more or less what he said to him. After "La Fontaine" fables
n.
strong language
[Bus.]
n.
language center
[Med.]
n.
bold language
exp.
incorrect usage
exp.
to watch one's language
n.
lack of restraint in speech
n.
excessive language
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langage

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