Talk:idiomatic

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This definition is wrong, it is worded as a noun definition. "idiomatic" does not signify "a phrase". — Hippietrail 11:36, 12 Jan 2005 (UTC)

The word is infact an adjectif, meaning "in accordance with the idiom(s) of a language, dialect, etc." An idiom can be either (1) a language or (2)a phrase or sentence whose meaning is not obvious through knowledge of individual meanings of the constituent words (ex. in order to ) [User Giofussy]

Importance[edit]

Careful here. This word is used in the definition of what content belongs on wiktionary. Mathiastck 00:20, 10 June 2007 (UTC)

That IPA[edit]

...looks seriously wrong to me. It's not pronounced "aidomatic", is it...? I'll change it and you can revert it if I'm wrong. 80.41.196.77 19:44, 7 August 2007 (UTC)