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  instrumental1
  instrumental2
  insulte
  intégration1
  intégration2
  intégré
  intelligibilité
  intensif2
  intensif3
  intensificateur
  intension
  intensité1
  intensité2
  intention
  intentionnalité

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marked

Fr    intensif1, marqué

adj

Antonym(s): unmarked

Related term(s): markedness

Source(s): Chomsky 1981: 7-8; Clark & Clark 1977: 427 (marked adjective), 524; Colapietro 1993: 140; Collinge 1990: 136-137, 159-160; Comrie 1976: 111; Comrie 1981: 119; Cruse 1986: 257; Crystal 2003: 282-283; Dixon 1994: 56; Ducrot & Todorov 1979[trans.]: 112; Eggins 1994: 296 (marked Theme); ELL: 5144; Finch 2000: 23; Givon 1984: 160, 302; Grimes 1975: 277; Halliday 1994: 41; Hamp 1963: 37; Hartmann & Stork 1972: 137; Kess 1992: 234-235; Kroeger 2005: 198 (marked word order); Lehmann 1992: 38; Lyons 1971: 79; Lyons 1977: 305; Matthews 1974: 150; Matthews 1981: 260; Matthews 1997: 217-218; Nash 1968: 136; Nöth 1990: 76; Pei & Gaynor 1954: 132 (marked member); Radford 1988: 39; Richards etal. 1992: 220-221; Ruwet 1973[trans.]: 148; Trask 1993: 167-168 (marked form, marked periphery); Trask 1996: 216-217 (marked form, marked order of application, marked value); Wales 1989: 287-288

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  mapping
  margin
  marginal
  mark1
  mark2
  mark3
  mark4
marked
  markedness
  marker1
  marker2
  marker3
  marking
  Markov chain
  Markov model

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