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  prolixe
  prolixité
  prologue
  prolongation
  prolongé
  promesse
  promissif
pronom
  pronom explétif
  pronom personnel atone
  pronom réciproque
  pronominal1
  pronominal2
  pronominal3
  pronominalisation

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pronoun

Fr    pronom

nS

Type of: part of speech, pro-form

Source(s): Beaugrande & Dressler 1981: 60; Brown & Levinson: 45 (intimate pronoun, polite pronoun); Clark & Clark 1977: 254-255; Cook 1969: 123; Crystal 2003: 376; Dineen 1967: 101, 115; Ducrot & Todorov 1979[trans.]: 207; ELL: 5161; Finch 2000: 114-115; Givon 1984: 353ff.; Grimes 1975: 49; Hartmann & Stork 1972: 186; Hudson 1996: 171 (compound pronoun); Kroeger 2005: 135f.; Lyons 1971: 173; Lyons 1977: 636-637, 673-674 (pronoun-as-variable, pronoun-of-laziness); Martinet 1964[trans.]: 134-135; Matthews 1997: 299; Nash 1968: 193; Palmatier 1972: 137; Pei & Gaynor 1954: 177; Quirk etal. 1985: 335ff. (also "central pronoun", "compound pronoun", "negative pronoun", "universal pronoun"); Radford 1988: 78-79; Richards etal. 1992: 296; Trask 1993: 221-222; Wales 1989: 379-380

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  prolonged
  prominence
  prominent
  promise
  pronominal1
  pronominal2
  pronominalization
pronoun
  pronounce
  pronounceable
  pronunciation
  prop
  prop 'it'
  prop word
  propagate

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