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  adéquation
  adessif
  adjacence
  adjacent (à)
  adjectif1
  adjectif2
  adjectif absolu
  adjectif exclamatif
  adjectif gradable
  adjectif transitif
  adjectival1
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  adjectivé
  adjectiv(is)ateur
  adjectiv(is)ation

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attributive adjective

[Subentry of adjective1, attributive]

Fr    adjectif épithète

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Source(s):

Crystal 2001: 6
CRYSTAL, David. (2001) A Dictionary of Language, 2nd Ed Chicago: University of Chicago Press.


ELL: 5095
The Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics. (1994) Oxford: Pergamon Press.


Finch 2000: 82 (adjective in attributive position)
FINCH, Geoffrey. (2000) Linguistic Terms and Concepts. New York: St. Martin's Press.


Hartmann & Stork 1972: 23 (= attribute)
HARTMANN, R.R.K. & STORK, F.C. (1972) Dictionary of Language and Linguistics. London: Applied Science Publishers.


Matthews 1981: 98-99
MATTHEWS, P.H. (1981) Syntax. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (SY)


Matthews 1997: 29
MATTHEWS, P.H. (1997) The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Palmatier 1972: 13-14 (attributive)
PALMATIER, Robert A. (1972) A Glossary for English Transformational Grammar. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. (GG)


Pei & Gaynor 1954: 22
PEI, Mario A. & GAYNOR, Frank. (1954) A Dictionary of Linguistics. New York : Philosophical Library.


Quirk etal. 1985: 417
QUIRK, Randolph, GREENBAUM, Sidney, LEECH, Geoffrey, & SVARTNIK, Jan. (1985) A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language. London: Longman.


Richards etal. 1992: 25
RICHARDS, Jack, PLATT,  J. & WEBER,  H.  (1992) Longman Dictionary of Language Teaching & Applied Linguistics. London: Longman.


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  attitude
  attitudinal verb
  attracting center
  attraction
  attribute
  attribution
  attributive
  audibility
  audible
  audience
  audiogram
  audio-lingual
  audiometer
  audiometry
  audio-oral method

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