|American Sign Language
||a language used by many deaf people in North America, made up of hand movements and signs.
||the shifts of posture, gestures, and facial expressions that communicate nonverbally, sometimes supplementing and sometimes diverging from or contradicting verbal communication.
||a system of words and symbols used to program a computer; code.
|hypertext markup language
||a computer language used to create documents on the World Wide Web. (abbr.: html)
||a room with recording and sound reproduction equipment in which students can study and practice foreign languages.
||a computer language that presents information and instructions in symbols used directly by the computer with no translation.
||one of the modern languages that come from Latin. Italian, French, Spanish, and Portuguese are Romance languages.
||a system of manual configurations and motions used as a language for the deaf.
||the computer language in which a program is originally written, and which must be converted into another language for use in a computer. [2 definitions]
||a language, such as Chinese, Swedish, or Bantu, in which the pitch or tone contour of a word helps to distinguish its meaning from that of another word that otherwise sounds like it; tonal language.