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Well yes, I mix up “TED” and “Basic Dimension” in conversation all the time. You just got to try to think before you speak . Also, I think it is fair that the listener should appreciate and understand what you really mean. There are more important things to discuss in meetings other than terminology precision.
ISO standards are used pretty much most places outside of the USA. Many countries have created a derivative standard of ISO1101 via their regions standards organization.
As far as the default difference between ASME and ISO on the “Envelope Principal (Rule #1)” And “Principal of Independency” – I happen to like ISO default better (another discussion).
Some folks want to invoke the Envelope Requirement on all features, so they include a note on the engineering drawing indicating that the “Envelope Requirement applies to all Features of Size”. Other organizations just use the circle “E” placed next to dimensions/tolerances where it is desired to control to the Envelope Requirement.