Rugger - colloquial name for the game.
They have little acquaintance with colloquial English.
It’s hard to understand the colloquial idioms of a foreign language.
The word "Knickerbocker", a Dutch surname, is used as a colloquial term for New Yorkers descended from the original Dutch settlers.
It is known colloquially as " the change" .
That English expression is quite colloquial.
" Look there lots of people have different colloquial phrases" .
And actually, this meaning is quite informal, it's quite colloquial.
It's a great way to learn lots of slang, lots of colloquial language as well.
Look there are lots of people who have different colloquial phrases.
But I would only use that in a colloquial situation with my friends.
We'll see how many colloquial expressions we can get down there.
But colloquially, when therapists refer to teletherapy, most of the time they're referring to video therapy.
If you hook up with somebody you meet them. It's very colloquial.
hook up with somebody指的和某见面联络感情，非常口语化。
Bangs is probably becoming more popular, especially colloquially.
GeneDupe, as the firm is known colloquially, has previously focused on the genetic engineering of animals.
And just like 'colloquial', this adjective is related to language, okay?
It seems to me that in order to meet with other students I really need informal, colloquial English.
Various ways of delaying or preventing concrete cancer, as this corrosion is known colloquially, have been tried.
Number five, like can be used as a quotative, and in particular a colloquial or slang quotative.
However, informal English also includes slang, phrasal verbs and colloquial language which are not features of neutral English.
Indeed. Now, slang, as we've said, is colloquial – or informal – language. And it's characteristic of specific social groups.
The more colloquial name for his role Papa or Pope is itself a colloquial form of the Latin word Pater or Father.
It's a colloquial interjection and it shows the desire for everyone to remain calm and to reduce tension.