Connotation attribute shows how an element of speech sounds in a reality fragment that surrounds it. However in some cases this attribute shows how this element of speech would sound in a modern everyday life.
For example the word “завязал” carries Connotation “Криминальный жаргон, Разговорное”. Nevertheless in the dialogue between an investigator and a criminal (Film Fragment “Шантаж 1”), where this word is taken from, it sounds like “Криминальный жаргон”.
A word or phrase that is no longer widely used. In contemporary speech it might be used, for example, to imitate a certain style or create a comic effect.
Words and phrases that are typically used in books and written text and that might sound mannered, pretentious and too complicated in colloquial speech.
Words and phrases that are typically used among children, or among parents and their children.
Words and phrases that indicate that you feel that someone or something is not important and deserves no respect.
Words and phrases that are used in informal situations when you talk with your peers, friends or people you have informal relationships with.
Words and phrases that are used among criminals or prisoners.
Words and phrases that indicate disbelief and distrust of a speaker.
Words and phrases that make a person who uses them sound extra friendly, in a buddy-buddy way in an appropriate situation.
Words and phrases that are used in speech of not very educated people, mostly peasants and working class people.
Words and phrases that are used in formal communicational situations when you have to talk with someone who is older than you, or is more superior than you, and you have to show that you respect them.
Words and phrases that don’t have any specific connotations, they are neutral in style and can be used in any type of conversation.
Words and phrases that make people smile or laugh.
Words and phrases that are considered to be ironic state the opposite of the truth to emphasise the actual state of things.
Words and phrases used by people who work in legal sphere.
Word combinations typical of mass media.
Words and phrases that are used by doctors and other people who work in medicine.
Words and phrases that are used incorrectly by mistake or deliberately in a way that is not acceptable.
Words and phrases that are used to deliberately offend someone.
Words and phrases that were frequently used in the past. Using them today makes one’s speech sound vintage.
Words and phrases that are typically used when discussing politics.
Words and phrases that are used rarely.
Words and phrases that can be used only in informal type of communications, they are very emotional and might sound offensive for your communicational partners.
Words and phrases that are used in certain subcultures and groups of people like prisoners, hippies, people of certain professions, gamers, etc.
Words and phrases that became part of the vocabulary in times on the USSR.
Words and phrases that are typically used when discussing sports.
Words and phrases that are connected with equipment, technology, industrial production.
Words and phrases that are typically used to threaten someone.
Words and phrases that can be heard very often in everyday colloquial speech.