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 Dictionary entry overview: What does linguistically mean? 

  The adverb LINGUISTICALLY has 2 senses:

1. with respect to the science of linguistics
2. with respect to language

  Familiarity information: LINGUISTICALLY used as an adverb is rare.

 Dictionary entry details 


Sense 1linguistically [BACK TO TOP]


With respect to the science of linguistics

Context example:

linguistically interesting data


linguistic (of or relating to the scientific study of language)

Sense 2linguistically [BACK TO TOP]


With respect to language


lingually; linguistically

Context examples:

linguistically impaired children / a lingually diverse population


linguistic (consisting of or related to language)

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