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  emphatiquement
  emphatiser
  empirique
  empirisme
  emploi
  employer
  empreinte vocale
emprunt
  emprunt savant
  emprunté (à)
  emprunter (à)
  emprunteux
  énallage
  enchaînement1
  enchaînement2

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borrowing2

Fr    emprunt

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Synonym(s): loan

Related term(s): calque, doublet, foreignism, language contact, linguistic contact, loan translation, nativization, neologism, neology

Domain: Historical Linguistics

Source(s): Akmajian etal. 1984: 335; Comrie 1981: 194; Corbett 1991: 70-71; Crystal 2003: 56; Dineen 1967: 234, 289-291 (also "cultural borrowing", "intimate borrowing", "dialect borrowing"); Ducrot & Todorov 1979[trans.]: 7; Greimas 1983[trans.]: 85-87 (also "interior borrowing"); Hamp 1963: 36 (linguistic borrowing); Hartmann & Stork 1972: 29; Hock 1986: 380 (also "dialect borrowing"); Holmes 1992: 126; Hudson 1996: 55f.; Lehmann 1992: 260-261; Lyons 1971: 25-26; Martinet 1964[trans.]: 161-162 (also "popular borrowing"); Matthews 1997: 41 (also "dialect borrowing"); Nash 1968: 24, 122; Pei & Gaynor 1954: 31 (= borrowed word); Quirk etal. 1985: 1522; Richards etal. 1992: 40; Saussure 1959[trans.]: 22; Saville-Troike 1982: 66-67

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  body
  body language
  bony conduction
  Boolean
  borrow (from)
  borrowed (from)
  borrowing1
borrowing2
  bottom-up
  bottom-up methodology
  bound
  bound stress
  bound variable
  boundary1
  boundary2

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