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  canal graphique
  canal oral
  canonique
  capacité1
  capacité2
  caractère
  caractère abstrait
  caractérisation1
  caractérisation2
  caractérisation3
  caractériser
  caractéristique
  cardinal1
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markedness

Fr    caractère marqué, marque3

nS

Related term(s): marked, preferential order

Source(s): Chomsky 1981: 7-8; Clark & Clark 1977: 427, 523; Colapietro 1993: 140; Collinge 1990: 159-160; Comrie 1976: 111ff.; Corbett 1991: 290-291; Croft 1990: 64ff.; Crystal 2003: 282-284; DIK 1978: 76-77, 111 (markedness shift); DIK I 1997: 41ff. (also "markedness shift"); Dixon 1994: 56; Ducrot & Todorov 1979[trans.]: 112; ELL: 2378ff.; Finch 2000: 23; Givon 1984: 302; Grimes 1975: 277; Kess 1992: 234; Labov 1994: 17 (markedness theory); Lehmann 1992: 37-38 (marking); Levinson 1983: 333; Lyons 1977: 305 (= marking); Matthews 1997: 218 (markedness reversal); Nöth 1990: 76; Palmatier 1972: 92; Radford 1988: 39 (also "markedness theory"); Richards etal. 1992: 220-221; Ruwet 1973[trans.]: 148; Trask 1993: 167 (markedness shift); Trask 1996: 217 (also "markedness rule", "markedness shift", "markedness theory"); Wales 1989: 287


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  margin
  marginal
  mark1
  mark2
  mark3
  mark4
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markedness
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  marking
  Markov chain
  Markov model
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