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  interversion
  intervertir
  interview
  interviewé
  interviewer
  intervocalique
  intonatif
intonation
  intonation ascendante
  intonation exclamative
  intonème
  intoxication
  intraductibilité
  intraduisible
  intralinguistique

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intonation1

Fr    intonation

nS

Type of: prosodic feature, prosody2

Related term(s): key, melody, phonemic clause, phonological phrase, pitch1, tone, tone(-)group, tone(-)unit

Domain: Phonology

Source(s): Arndt & Janney 1987: 271f.; Beaugrande & Dressler 1981: 77-78; Brown & Levinson: 104 (exaggerated intonation); Brown & Yule 1983: 154; Clark & Clark 1977: 183; Collinge 1990: 62; Crystal 2003: 241-242; DIK I 1997: 443-444; Ducrot & Todorov 1979[trans.]: 179-180; ELL: 5136; Finch 2000: 50ff.; Givon 1984: 146-147; Gumperz 1982: 100; Halliday 1978: 131-133 (also "intonation system"); Halliday 1994: 9, 295; Hamp 1963: 33; Hartmann & Stork 1972: 117-118; Lyons 1977: 59; MacKay 1989: 181 (also "interrogative intonation"); Martinet 1962: 35; Matthews 1981: 33; Matthews 1997: 185; Nash 1968: 113; Onishi 1981: 275ff.; Palmatier 1972: 77; Pei & Gaynor 1954: 105; Pike & Pike 1982: 232-233 (pitch); Quirk etal. 1985: 1598ff.; Richards etal. 1992: 190; Searle 1979: 42; Trask 1996: 184; Wales 1989: 260-261

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  intertextuality
  interval
  interview
  interviewee
  interviewer
  intervocalic
  intimate style
intonation1
  intonation2
  intonational
  intonational phrase
  intonation(-)group
  intoneme
  intralingual translation
  intralinguistic

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