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  détente
déterminant1
  déterminant2
  déterminant démonstratif
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determiner

Fr    déterminant1

nS

Kinds: article1, demonstrative1, interrogative, number1, possessive

Related term(s): functional2, functional marker, functional morpheme, post(-)determiner, post-article

Source(s):

Bloomfield 1933: 203
BLOOMFIELD, Leonard. (1933) Language. New York: Henry Holt.


Collinge 1990: 90
COLLINGE, N. E. (1990) An Encyclopaedia of Language. London: Routledge.


Comrie 1981: 7-8
COMRIE, Bernard. (1981) Language Universals and Linguistic Typology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. (TY)


Cook 1969: 107
COOK, Walter C. (1969) Introduction to Tagmemic Analysis. Washington: Georgetown University Press. (TA)


Crystal 2003: 134
CRYSTAL, David. (2003) A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics, 5th Ed Oxford: Blackwell.


Ducrot & Todorov 1979[trans.]: 253
DUCROT, Oswald and TODOROV, Tzvetan. (1979 [trans.]) Encyclopedic Dictionary of the  Sciences of Language. Trans. by Catherine Porter. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 


ELL: 877-881
The Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics. (1994) Oxford: Pergamon Press.


Finch 2000: 91-92
FINCH, Geoffrey. (2000) Linguistic Terms and Concepts. New York: St. Martin's Press.


Givon 1984: 468-469
GIVON, Talmy. (1984) Syntax: A Functional-Typological Introduction, Vols. I & II. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (SY)


Halliday 1994: 185
HALLIDAY, M.A.K. (1994) An Introduction to Functional Grammar (Second Edition). London: Edward Arnold.  (FG)


Hartmann & Stork 1972: 63-64 (also "determinative")
HARTMANN, R.R.K. & STORK, F.C. (1972) Dictionary of Language and Linguistics. London: Applied Science Publishers.


Kroeger 2005: 36, 89-90, 343
KROEGER, Paul R. (2005) Analyzing Grammar: An Introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


Lyons 1977: 452
LYONS, John. (1977) Semantics. Vols. 1 & 2. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. (SM)


Martinet 1964[trans.]: 111 (modifier)
MARTINET, André. (1964 [trans.]) Elements of General Linguistics. Chicago: University of Chicago.  (FM)


Matthews 1981: 64
MATTHEWS, P.H. (1981) Syntax. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (SY)


Matthews 1997: 95
MATTHEWS, P.H. (1997) The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Nash 1968: 55
NASH, Rose. (1968) Multilingual Lexicon of Linguistics and Philology: English, Russian, German, French. Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami Press. 


Palmatier 1972: 44 (also "determinative(n.)")
PALMATIER, Robert A. (1972) A Glossary for English Transformational Grammar. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. (GG)


Pei & Gaynor 1954: 55
PEI, Mario A. & GAYNOR, Frank. (1954) A Dictionary of Linguistics. New York : Philosophical Library.


Quirk etal. 1985: 253 (also 3 types of determiner: "predeterminer", "central determiner", "postdeterminer")
QUIRK, Randolph, GREENBAUM, Sidney, LEECH, Geoffrey, & SVARTNIK, Jan. (1985) A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language. London: Longman.


Radford 1988: 142
RADFORD, Andrew. (1988) Transformational Grammar: A First Course. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  (GG)


Richards etal. 1992: 104
RICHARDS, Jack, PLATT,  J. & WEBER,  H.  (1992) Longman Dictionary of Language Teaching & Applied Linguistics. London: Longman.


Trask 1993: 80-81 [Det]
TRASK, R. L. (1993) A Dictionary of Grammatical Terms in Linguistics. New York: Routledge.


Wales 1989: 115
WALES, Katie. (1989) A Dictionary of Stylistics. London: Longman. 


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