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Definition of: diachronic

(dī′ə·kronik) adjective
1. Existing through time.
2. Ling. Pertaining to the study of the historical development of a language in any of its aspects. See SYNCHRONIC.

Most often used phrases:

diachronic linguistics
diachronic study
diachronic analysis
diachronic phonology
diachronic change
diachronic development
diachronic process
diachronic view
synchronic diachronic
diachronic perspective
diachronic account
diachronic perspectives
diachronic syntax
called diachronic
diachronic point of view

'diachronic' used in domains:

diachronics.com
mediachronic.com
socialmediachronicles.com
indiachronicle.com
thearcadiachronicle.com
homemediachronicle.com

Phrases starting with the letter: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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