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  nativisation
  nature
  naturel1
  naturel2
  nécessaire
  nécessairement
  nécessité
négatif
  négation
  négation illocutionnaire
  négation polémique
  négation propositionnelle
  négociation
  néo(-)grammarien
  néologie de sens

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negative1

Fr    négatif

adj

Source(s): Akmajian etal. 1984: 476 (negative auxiliary); Brown & Levinson: 122 (negative question); Cook 1969: 108 (negative tagmeme); Crystal 2003: 94 (negative concord), 310 (also "negative particle"); Dineen 1967: 65 (negative statement, negative formula); Ducrot & Todorov 1979[trans.]: 314 (negative predicate); ELL: 2769ff. (negative quantifier, negative pronoun, negative expression); Givon 1984: 347 (negative event, negative state); Halliday & Hasan 1976: 176 (negative verbal group); Halliday 1994: 90 (negativeness); Hartmann & Stork 1972: 150 (negative conjunction); Kroeger 2005: 211-213 (negative tag, negative word, negative quantifier, negative marker); Levinson 1983: 163 (negative phrase); Martin & Ringham 2006: 137 (negative term); Nash 1968: 152 (also "negative pronoun", "negative question", "negative sign", "negative transformation"); Palmatier 1972: 101-102 (negative determiner, negative indefinite, negative placement transformation, negative pre-verb, negative pre-verbal adverb, negative specification); Pei & Gaynor 1954: 145 (negative aspect, negative conjugation, negative conjunction, negative particle); Quirk etal. 1985: 84 (negative form); Radford 1988: 68 (negative contraction); Richards etal. 1992: 243-244 (negative pronoun, negative question, negative reinforcement); Trask 1993: 179-180 (negative concord, negative raising)

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  nature
  near
  necessarily
  necessary
  necessitative
  necessity
  negation
negative1
  negative2
  negative adverb
  negative feature
  negative polarity item
  negative verb
  negator
  negotiation

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