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  se neutraliser
  se propager
  se rapprocher de
  se recouper
  se recouvrir
  (se) reporter (à)
  sécable
secondaire
  secondarité
  section
  segment
  segment minimum/minima
  segmentable
  segmental
  segmentation

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secondary

Fr    secondaire

adj

Source(s): Beaugrande & Dressler 1981: 95 (secondary concept); Cruse 1986: 79 (secondary lexical unit); Crystal 2003: 408 (secondary aperture, secondary response); Dineen 1967: 268-269 (secondary word), 271 (secondary derivative); Dixon 1994: 134f. (secondary verb); ELL: 5168 (secondary aperture, secondary response); Givon 1984: 138 (secondary clausal topic), 170 (secondary topic); Grimes 1975: 56 (secondary information = background), 99 (secondary verbal inflection), 282 (secondary information center); Halliday 1994: 79 (secondary tense); Hamp 1963: 51 (also "secondary articulator", "secondary derivative", "secondary morpheme-word", "secondary response", "secondary root-word", "secondary stricture", "secondary word"); Hartmann & Stork 1972: 201-202 (secondary derivative, secondary feature, secondary language, secondary word, secondary unit); Hock 1986: 255 (secondary change); Kess 1992: 66 (secondary onomatopoeia); Longacre 1983: 279-280 (secondary exponence = recursion); Lyons 1977: 104 (secondary iconicity); Matthews 1997: 332 (secondary response, secondary speech community); Nash 1968: 209; Nöth 1990: 309 (secondary modeling system), 311 (secondary system), 350 (secondary coding); Pei & Gaynor 1954: 191-192 (secondary compound, secondary derivative, secondary language, secondary tense, secondary word); Quirk etal. 1985: 1563f. (secondary word-class); Trask 1996: 317 (also "secondary aperture", "secondary split")

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secondary
  secondary articulation1
  secondary motivation
  secondary phoneme
  secondary predication
  secondness
  section
  segment1
  segment2
  segmentable
  segmental
  segmental phoneme
  segmentation
  segmented
  select

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