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vocabulary

 [vo-kab´u-lar″e]
a list of words and terms, sometimes accompanied by definitions or translations.
controlled vocabulary an artificial language for the representation of attributes of entities, e.g., subjects of documents.
standardized vocabulary language (def. 3).

vocabulary

The totality of terms that function in general reference to concepts that apply over various languages.

vocabulary

The body of words used in a particular language. See Controlled vocabulary.

vocabulary,

n 1. the stock or range of words possessed by an individual or a culture used for self-expression or communication.
n 2. the sum of the distinct words related to a discipline or profession.
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Although the results of this study show promise for using the WORLD intervention to boost preschool children's vocabulary knowledge, the question remains whether--and to what degree--an intensified book-reading intervention with thematic teaching can produce generalizable effects on standardized vocabulary measures for children with low vocabulary knowledge.
While this is an intriguing possibility, the chance of bringing that off successfully would seem even more dependent on a standardized vocabulary wherein the same meaning is always attached to a given word.
net to use a standardized vocabulary of indexing terms to solve terminology inconsistencies which are otherwise problematic.
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