English to Welsh Meaning :: informal

Informal :
- anffurfiolanffurfioldebyn anffurfiol

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Adjective(1) not formal(2) not officially recognized or controlled(3) used of spoken and written language(4) having or fostering a warm or friendly and informal atmosphere

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(1) But more people were coming into Yorkshire on business and on informal holidays, visiting friends and relatives.(2) They speak English in formal discourse or political discussions and shift to Patois in informal conversation and gossip.(3) Part of the appeal of tutoring is the informal nature of the job and the casual, friendly relationship it allows tutors and faculty members to develop.(4) She now wore a low-cut pink top that flirted with the school's informal dress code.(5) The content of websites can be written in formal as well as informal language.(6) Dress is informal and music will be provided by the Brose Walsh Band.(7) Remember however that most reservation only dining restaurants require formal or informal dress attire as well.(8) Many locals dress in period costume to set the tone for the afternoon, but the dress code is informal , so no one needs to feel pressured.(9) The blend of formal and informal language suits the school's mission and vision perfectly.(10) It is helped by market research showing that the British public is starting to like the Liverpool accent again; it sounds friendly and informal .(11) Refreshments were provided and enjoyed by all in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.(12) A lot of what makes weblogs interesting is their personal, ephemeral, and informal nature.(13) We asked them to be fairly informal in their dress and not to carry clip boards or briefcases but to carry the questionnaires around in plastic bags.(14) Be prepared to share a table as the idea here is to create an informal and easy going atmosphere.(15) Some people were wearing suits while a few others were in informal clothing.(16) It was more like a dress jacket with black pants because he had leaned towards the informal side and wasn't wearing a tie or a vest.
Related Words
(1) informal education ::
addysg anffurfiol
1. unofficial ::
2. colloquial ::
3. casual ::
4. intimate ::
agos atoch
5. loose ::
1. ceremonial ::
2. ceremonious ::
3. conventional ::
4. formal ::
5. orthodox ::
6. regular ::
7. routine ::
Different Forms
informal, informality, informally
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