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pragmatic

Fr    pragmatique1

adj

Domain: Pragmatics

Source(s): Akmajian etal. 1984: 316 (pragmatic information); Comrie 1981: 56 (pragmatic role); Crystal 2003: 364; DIK 1978: 6-7 (pragmatic rule, pragmatic adequacy), 127-129 (pragmatic function, pragmatic information); Ducrot & Todorov 1979[trans.]: 338-339; Eggins 1994: 47; Finch 2000: 149; Givon 1984: 169-170 (pragmatic case); Hartmann & Stork 1972: 242 (pragmatic translation); Kess 1992: 339 (pragmatic function); Kroeger 2005: 1 (pragmatic content), 198 (pragmatic prominence); Leech 1983: 17 (pragmatic force), 27-28 (pragmatic exceptions, pragmatic restrictions, pragmatically specialized), 123-124 (pragmatic rule, pragmatic scales), 136-137 (pragmatic paradox), 193 (pragmatic hypothesis); Levinson 1983: 58 (pragmatic indices, pragmatic co-ordinates, pragmatic reference points), 130 (pragmatic filter); Lyons 1977: 204-205 (pragmatic implication, pragmatic concept, pragmatic truth); Martin & Ringham 2006: 154; Martinet 1962: 284; Matthews 1997: 289 (also "pragmatic ambiguity"); Mclaughlin 1984: 81-82 (pragmatic topic, pragmatic focus); Quirk etal. 1985: 88, 437-438 (pragmatic implication); Richards etal. 1992: 127 (pragmatic error); Searle 1979: 150 (pragmatic ambiguity), 168 (pragmatic analysis); Weinreich 1980: 44-45 (pragmatic operator), 273 (pragmatic meaning)

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  pragmatic competence
  pragmatic context
  pragmatic presupposition
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