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Adjective
Having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature
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“Be prepared to share a table as the idea here is to create an informal and easy going atmosphere.”
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Denoting the grammatical structures, vocabulary, and idiom suitable to everyday language and conversation rather than to official or formal contexts
“It is not unusual for Coloreds to combine the two languages in a distinctive, informal local dialect.”
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Suited for everyday use
“Fernandes' informal wear had that wily old politician and general Fidel Ramos envious.”
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Not rigidly following established form, custom, or rules
“… an informal meeting allowed everyone to get acquainted.”
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Used in or suitable for speech and not formal writing
“The use of informal language in a scholarly article is really inappropriate.”
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Not authorized or approved by the relevant organization or person
Adjective
(of economic activity) Carried on by self-employed or independent people on a small scale, especially unofficially or illegally
“The illegal informal traders are posing a direct challenge to the City of Windhoek.”
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Pleasant and amicable in nature
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Appearing relaxed, informal, and cheerily brisk
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An absence of stress or worry
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(of clothing) Casual yet attractively stylish
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Behaving freely and naturally, without worrying what other people will think
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Ungraciously or offensively nonchalant or cool in manner
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Informal
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Unformal
Adjective
Suitable for or used on ordinary days
Adjective
Readily engaging in informal talk
Adjective
Parts or pieces which are written both within the natural physical limitations of the instrument and human body and, less so or less often, the styles of playing used on specific instruments
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With no illusions or pretensions
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Not connected with one's work or official position
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Situated in, designed to be used in, or carried on in the open air
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Digressing from subject to subject
Adjective
Rough
Adjective
Relating to or supporting democracy or its principles
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To be a thief
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