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  sélectionner
  sémanalyse
  sémantème1
  sémantème2
  sémanticien
  sémanticité
  sémantico-pragmatique
sémantique1
  sémantique2
  sémantique cognitive
  sémantique discursive
  sémantique fondamentale
  sémantique historique
  sémantique interprétative
  sémantique linguistique

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semantic

Fr    sémantique1

adj

Domain: Semantics

Source(s): Chomsky 1981: 35 (semantic description); Clark & Clark 1977: 432f. (semantic space, semantic cluster), 489 (semantic knowledge); Colapietro 1993: 176; Corbett 1991: 8 (semantic (gender) system), 75 (semantic analogy); Cruse 1986: 15 (semantic contrast, semantic proportion), 25 (semantic constituent), 27 (semantic mode), 33 (semantic tally, semantic categoriser, semantic indicator), 103 (semantic head); Crystal 2003: 410-412 (also "semantic prosody", "semantic relations", "semantic meaning", "semantic space", "semantic triangle"); Dik 1978: 13 (semantic function); Dik I 1997: 26 (semantic function); Dixon 1994: 7-8 (semantic type); Doke 1935: 193 (also "semantic tone", "semantic length", "semantic correspondence"); Ducrot & Todorov 1979[trans.]: 264 (semantic combinatorial); Eggins 1994: 88 (semantic tie); ELL: 5169 (semantic aphasia); ES: 142 (semantic embedding), 323 (semantic isotopy), 424-425 (semantic opposition); Finch 2000: 5 (semantic space); Givon 1984: 77-78 (semantic scope), 96 (semantic transitivity), 133-134 (semantic complexity, semantic saliency); Greimas 1983[trans.]: 74-75 (semantic classifier), 118 (semantic universe), 138 (semantic message); Grimes 1975: 139 (semantic derivation), 163-164 (semantic message), 186-188 (semantic production, semantic lexicon), 253-254 (semantic network), 280-282 (semantic weight); Halliday & Hasan 1976: 2 (semantic unit = text), 5 (semantic system); Halliday 1978: 128 (semantic system); Hartmann & Stork 1972: 203-204 (semantic pair, semantic range, semantic structure, semantic triangle); Hock 1986: 7, 283 (semantic overlap, semantic differentiation); Labov 1994: 403 (semantic disambiguation); Lyons 1971: 55, 429 (semantic structure); Lyons 1977: 41 (semantic information), 307 (semantic marking); Martin & Ringham 2006: 170 (semantic category); Matthews 1997: 333-335 (also "semantic criteria", "semantic definition", "semantic determinative", "semantic loan", "semantic restriction", "semantic triangle", "semantic valency"); Nash 1968: 210-211 (semantic context, semantic group, semantic innovation, semantic law, semantic narrowing, semantic overloading, semantic range, semantic structure); Nida 1975: 195-196 (semantic unit); Nöth 1990: 103 (semantic space); Palmatier 1972: 157 (semantic deep structure); Pei & Gaynor 1954: 192-193 (also "semantic complement", "semantic contagion"); Richards etal. 1992: 329; Trask 1993: 249-250 (also "semantic form", "semantic function", "semantic network"); Weinreich 1980: 104f. (semantic description)

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  self-referential
  self-regulation
  self-repair
  self-select
  self-selection
  semanalysis
  semanteme
semantic
  semantic analysis
  semantic anomaly
  semantic content
  semantic differential
  semantic domain
  semantic drift
  semantic entailment

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