Systematic Lexicography

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Oxford University Press, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 304 pages
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Juri Apresjan unites theoretical linguistics and lexicography to produce a series of dazzling insights into lexical analysis. It will be of interest to lexicologists, lexicographers, students of linguistic pragmatics, and teachers of semantics at all university levels.
 

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Contents

English Synonyms and a Dictionary of Synonyms
3
z Types of Information in a Dictionary of Synonyms
55
schitat to consider and its
144
znat to know and its Synonyms
186
Metaphor in the Semantic Representation of Emotions
Z-3
On the Language of Explications and Semantic Primitives
Z-15
Lexicographic Portraits A Case Study of the Verb byt to be
Z-31
A Lexicographic Portrait of the Verb vyiti to emerge come out
Z-61
References
Z-79
Index of English Lexemes
Z-87
Subject Index
Z-99
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Professor Ju. Apresjan is Head of the Department of Theoretical Semantics, Russian Language Institute, RAS, and Principal Researcher at the Institute for Information Transmission Problems, RAS.

Dr Kevin Windle is Reader in the Department of Classical and Modern European Languages, Australian National University.

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