Definition of vernacularly in English:



  • See vernacular

    • ‘Dening is concise and helpful in asserting that history in the Pacific needs to be vernacular and ‘vernacularly tolerant’.’
    • ‘And cultivating friendships among neighboring competitors has proven to be a great bun-saver, vernacularly speaking.’
    • ‘Put vernacularly, the citizens of barter-addicted countries will inevitably grow disenchanted with shoddy and shabby goods delivered late.’
    • ‘Syriac eventually gave way vernacularly and, to some extent, liturgically, to Arabic.’