Meaning: en
adj. conversational, not used in formal speaking or writing; informal
The colloquial sentences added to Tatoeba seem to be of great help to immigrants who are trying to understand why language lessons teach an entirely different language than the one that people actually speak.
In humans, a retroverted uterus is oriented towards the spine or back of the body, hence the colloquial terms 'tipped' or 'tilted' uterus.
Most speakers wouldn't bat an eye at it in colloquial speech.
I expect you can tell from the quoted text, but this is a book written in a colloquial style.
These stories are told in colloquial and everyday language.
The word doctor refers to a person with the highest university degree, and colloquially to a physician.
The association of kiwi with New Zealand is so strong that 'Kiwi' is frequently used as a colloquial demonym for New Zealanders.
A colloquial term for an ocular prosthetic is a glass eye.
Mary was annoyed with Tom's use of colloquialisms.
Colloquial speech is used in everyday conversation.
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