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  substantivé
  substantiver
  substituabilité
  substituable
  substituer (à)
  substitut
  substitutif
substitution1
  substitution de proposition
  substitution nominale
  substitution verbale
  substitution2
  substrat
  subsumer
  successif

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substitution

Fr    substitution

nS

Related term(s): addition1, commutation, deletion, ellipsis, expansion2, permutation, selection

Source(s): Beaugrande & Dressler 1981: 22; Brown & Yule 1983: 201f.; Chomsky 1981: 86; Crystal 2003: 444 (also "substitution class", "substitution drill"); Dineen 1967: 343; Doke 1935: 205-206; Eggins 1994: 92; ELL: 5176 (also "substitution class", "substitution drill"); Finch 2000: 203; Greimas 1983[trans.]: 289 (diachronic substitution); Grimes 1975: 270-271 (role substitution); Halliday & Hasan 1976: 88-91; Halliday 1994: 309-310; Hamp 1963: 55-56 (also "substitution-alternant", "substitution-form", "substitution item", "substitution list"); Hartmann & Stork 1972: 225 (also "contrastive substitution", "substitution class", "substitution drill"); Hjelmslev 1961[trans.]: 74; Mackay 1989: 226; Matthews 1997: 361; Nash 1968: 21 (language substitution), 179 (phonetic substitution), 223 (sound substitution), 232-233 (also "substitution class", "substitution drill"); Nöth 1990: 129 (substitution theory); Onishi 1981: 550-551 (substitution of vowels, substitution of consonants); Palmatier 1972: 173 (substitution test, substitution transformation); Quirk etal. 1985: 41; Radford 1988: 539 (also "structure-preserving substitution", "substitution rule"); Richards etal. 1992: 363 (also "substitution drill"); Ruwet 1973[trans.]: 219; Samarin 1967: 115-117 (substitution elicitation); Wales 1989: 443

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  substance3
  substantival
  substantive
  substitutability
  substitutable
  substitute
  substitute (for)
substitution
  substrate
  substratum
  substring
  subsume
  subsystem
  subtractive bilingualism
  sub(-)tree

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