Colloquially

  • (adv): With the use of colloquial expressions.
    Example: "This building is colloquially referred to as The Barn"
    Synonyms: conversationally, informally

Some articles on colloquially:

Singaporean Mandarin - Differences From Standard Mandarin - Loanwords and Influence From Other Chinese Dialects
... Hokkien "a-pô" 很显 hěn xiǎn very boring spoken colloquially in Singaporean Mandarin instead of 无聊/闷 (in Standard Mandarin) ... 敢敢 gǎn gǎn be brave/daring spoken colloquially in Singaporean Mandarin instead of 勇敢 (in Standard Mandarin) ... 做工 is often spoken colloquially in Singaporean Mandarin instead of 工作/上班 (in Standard Mandarin) ...
Swedish Trade Union Confederation - Affiliates
... Förbund) Building Workers' Union (Svenska Byggnadsarbetareförbundet, colloquially "Byggnads") Commercial Employees' Union (Handelsanställdas Förbund ...
Wuhan University - History - Merger
... 武漢水利電力大學 Pinyin Wǔhàn Shuǐlì Diànlì Dàxué colloquially 武水, Pinyin Wǔshuǐ) ... 武漢測繪科技大學 Pinyin Wǔhàn Cèhuì Kējì Dàxué colloquially 武测, Pinyin Wǔcè) ... Chinese 湖北医科大学 Traditional Chinese 湖北醫科大學 Pinyin Húběi Yīkē Dàxué colloquially 湖医, Pinyin Húyī) ...
Masonic Bodies - Other Affiliated Bodies
... Shriners, as they are known colloquially, meet in Shrine "temples," and are well known for their maroon fezzes, lavish parades, and sponsorship of children's hospitals ... Royal Order of Jesters (R.O.J.) Colloquially known as "Jesters," local "courts" are limited to thirteen initiates yearly ... Colloquially known as "The Grotto" members wear black fezzes ...
Stambol - Toponymy
... Islambol (meaning either "City of Islam" or "Full of Islam") was sometimes colloquially used to refer to the city, and was even engraved on some Ottoman coins, but the belief ... Etymologically, the name İstanbul (, colloquially ) derives from the Medieval Greek phrase "εἰς τὴν Πόλιν" (pronounced ), which means "to the city" ... much in the same way people today often colloquially refer to their nearby urban centers as "the City" ...