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 two verbal gaffes by Johnson come from a media performer whose own sophisticated vocabulary has helped make him a celebrity.
With her spirited imagination, slightly sophisticated vocabulary, and positive perspective, Molly inspires young readers to ask new questions, observe new things, and develop an increased curiosity about the world around them.
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.
It pushes them and gets them to use more sophisticated vocabulary and language.
The book is written in a clear style that even a thoughtful middle-school student can understand, while being challenged by the sophisticated vocabulary and the solid scientific method of the research.
When we talk about comparisons between languages and the ability of one nation to explain a thought or emotion more clearly because their language has a more sophisticated vocabulary, how many of us will rattle off the oft-repeated statement that Eskimos have more than 50 different words for snow?