An English idiom a phrase or form language distinct to your English
- an expression which is used in the uk (especially as compared with American English)
- a custom which strange to England or its citizens
- An English idiom; a phrase or kind language unusual to the English.
- The quality of being English; an English characteristic, customized, or strategy.
1640s, "anglicized language," from Latin Anglicus "of English" (see Angle) + -ism. As an instance of this, from 1781.
(n.) An English idiom; a phrase or type language peculiar towards the English.
- (letter.) The grade of being English; an English attribute, customized, or technique.