sophisticated vocabulary

sophisticated vocabulary

[sə′fis·tə‚kād·əd və′kab·yə‚ler·ē]
(computer science)
An advanced and elaborate set of instructions; a computer with a sophisticated vocabulary can go beyond the more common mathematical calculations such as addition, multiplication, and subtraction, and perform operations such as linearize, extract square root, and select highest number.
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The CCSS call for student development and use increasingly sophisticated vocabulary termed "domain-specific" (NGA & CCSSO, 2010a; see table 1).
The two verbal gaffes by Johnson come from a media performer whose own sophisticated vocabulary has helped make him a celebrity.
Both represent a fairly high level of public discourse with an often sophisticated vocabulary.
The results show that this cohort of iEAP students used more sophisticated vocabulary in their post-program essays, and they did so with significantly fewer writing errors.
She then listened happily and attentively to a story that was lengthy, complicated, and set in a culture different from her own, and that contained sophisticated vocabulary many would assume to be well beyond the grasp of a preschooler.
RIO Ferdinand has the least sophisticated vocabulary of all footballers on Twitter.
London, June 7(ANI): England and Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has the least sophisticated vocabulary of all footballers on social networking and microblogging service Twitter.
This research-based vocabulary series teaches Tier 2 words, which are sophisticated vocabulary often used by mature language users.
The singers were keen to give their songs a heart and soul touching humanitarian aesthetic character with a sophisticated vocabulary filled with sublime spirituality.
This is a cinematic, humorous, and action-packed book with a complex plot, rich characterization, and sophisticated vocabulary.
Building a sophisticated vocabulary at an early age is a key to reading success (Pappano, L.
It pushes them and gets them to use more sophisticated vocabulary and language.