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    Question colloquial noun phraise

    Hello,

    Please can someone tell me if there is such a thing ''colloquial noun phrase''?

    If not, how would you describe the noun phrases we often see in tabloids?


    Thanks

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    Re: colloquial noun phraise

    Colloquial means used mainly in familiar conversation rather than in a formal way.
    I think you can understand it now.


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    Re: colloquial noun phraise

    Yes, this helps. Thanks.

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