Synonym: linguist. Similar words: polygamy, poly, parking lot, polytheism, polytheistic, holy, Olympic, glow. Meaning: ['pɑlɪglɑt /'pɒlɪglɒt] n. a person who speaks more than one language. adj. having a command of or composed in many languages.
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1. She was reading a polyglot bible, with the text in English, Latin and Greek.
2. New York is an exciting polyglot city.
3. My tutor's something of a polyglot - she speaks seven languages.
4. Its leaders and managers refuse to speak a polyglot language derived from the patois of lawyers, accountants, and pop psychologists.
5. Thanks to his polyglot aptitude, he made rapid progress.
6. A polyglot bible contains versions in different languages.
7. A polyglot army, too, because of all the different nationalities.
8. Suppose you drop a WSDL file polyglot.wsld as shown in Figure 9.
9. Does this mean Americans are the most polyglot tourists on the planet?
10. Is a decently versed Polyglot. Understands the nuances of different systems and methodologies. Good Senior programmer.
11. The large polyglot, multiethnic communities of today would not, on Aristotle's account, allow for sufficient mutual trust and friendship to count as a healthy political community.
12. The technical breadth of such polyglot applications exceeds the expertise of any single developer or project team because of the multiple languages, technologies, methods, and platforms involved.
13. His accent, an inimitable polyglot growl, radiates a weariness that comes with being what he calls a "global nomad."
14. Benny Lewis, polyglot and speaker of 8 languages, recently took up the task of learning Thai in two months.
15. Wisconsin's independent, maverick, polyglot nature was firmly established by 1848 , the year it became a state.
16. When widely adopted, the polyglot approach may even affect architectural decisions, not only everyday programming techniques.
17. We grapple with the moment, trying to make sense from polyglot tradition.
18. Perhaps the strongest link to the McQueen heritage is the sense of history that permeates the work of designers who show in London, even if their own polyglot backgrounds lie far away.
19. As for the next evolutionary change, we believe that it's going to be the so-called polyglot programming (I have borrowed this term from Neal Ford as it nicely applies to the modern trends).
20. The Indian government, in turn, hopes for restraint from its own people, particularly in crowded, polyglot Mumbai.
21. Westerners tend to forget that for much of the world being polyglot has been a necessity for survival.
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22. He was a round old man with a guttural, polyglot accent.
23. Like many others, however, he is resigned to the likelihood that Cantonese — and the people who speak it — will soon become just another facet of a polyglot neighborhood.
24. Countries like Nigeria and India use it as a unifying language in their polyglot nations.