Translation for 'verbiage' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   verbiage | verbiages
SYNO choice of words | diction | phraseology | ...
verbiage {noun}хлевоустие {ср}
verbiage {noun}многословие {ср}
verbiage {noun}словоохотливост {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • A number of institutions have re-classified or renamed their programs to Third Party Risk Management (TPRM) to align with the verbiage used by the regulatory agencies.
  • During the Middle Ages, Dobrinj was one of the most important centers of verbiage.
  • Landmarks in Flemingdon Park are assigned distinct names to refer to the visual representation of a site or phenomenon in the community, or used for the sake of its verbiage in lieu of its official name of identity.
  • In the same context and by the same token, Ramsey cites the verbal forms (3) 'It is a fact that ___' and (4) '___ is contrary to fact' as further examples of dispensable, otiose, redundant, or purely stylistic verbiage.
  • Several states have created specific statutes in the US adding "stigmatised property" verbiage to their legal code.

  • In March 2017, the school received international criticism for verbiage on flyers hung around campus presenting both acceptable and unacceptable attire for the school prom.
  • Additionally, all of the above warning types may also include verbiage indicative of a wind advisory to indicate strong winds that are expected to accompany the precipitation (e.g., "winter storm warning for heavy wet snow and strong winds").
  • The verbiage corresponds with Fort Scott being home to the Fort Scott National Historic Site.
  • Rashid Nugmanov stated: "Alexei renamed the film from "47" to "Tsoi", which is a direct violation of image rights… This is an outright deceit that can't be justified by any verbiage".
  • In an article on "The History of Tom and Jerry" in 1870, the theatrical newspaper "The Era" observed that the Cruikshank illustrations displayed a considerable amount of life and spirit, but the text was "without real humour and striking incident, a mere mass of slang and verbiage".

  • There she meets a vicar and chambermaid who seem to have no social skills and speak with archaic verbiage.
  • In 1920 he volunteered to the Soviet Red Army and participated in fighting the "gangs of Antonov" (by the Soviet propaganda verbiage).
  • She included her own views about psychology, and the verbiage of the character.
  • Detractors have noted the unscientific and indefinite verbiage of the Act, citing as proof that various executive agencies have maintained contradictory opinions as to what constitutes a designer steroid for enforcement purposes.
  • As late as the 1987 revision of the guide this same verbiage is intact, but in the 2010 revision of the guide, the verbiage had been removed.

  • According to Suzanne Bruring, who worked for Hollandsworth as a transcriptionist from 1998 to 2003, Hollandsworth provided "verbiage as (ghost) author for a Dr. Phil book".
  • It is important to note that despite the "memorial" verbiage, Krebs is still a living person and was in attendance.
  • Hacienda Luisita's ownership is currently being questioned in the media due to proviso verbiage in the sale indicating a land redistribution.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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