Meaning of semi-literacy in English:

semi-literacy

noun

See semi-literate

‘Whether the resulting unbalanced attitude towards life and illiteracy or semi-literacy in science and technology leads to a reactionary fundamentalism depends on the circumstances in their respective educational environments.’
  • ‘And radio appears to be wallowing in the prevalence of semi-literacy, because a lot of what airs across the board seems to be disseminated on precisely that premise.’
  • ‘However, it remains a showcase to the world of semi-literacy and general shoddiness.’
  • ‘Because this letter is actually shown in close-up, we can only conclude that its semi-literacy is as significant as its role as a plot agent.’
  • ‘Once again, the writing in this part is internally consistent in its semi-literacy.’