INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH. The English language, usually in its standard form, either when used, taught, and studied as a LINGUA FRANCA throughout the world, or when taken as a whole and used in contrast with American English, British English, South African English, etc. Compare INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ENGLISH, WORLD ENGLISH.
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