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Dialect Continuum

  • Definition: Situation in which a large number of contiguous dialects exist, each mutually intelligible with the next, but with the dialects at either end of the continuum not being mutually intelligible.

    Source: Language Files, eleventh edition, edited by Vedrana Mihalicek and Christin Wilson

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