10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PHRASEOLOGICALLY»
Discover the use of phraseologically
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to phraseologically
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Standard English in the United States and England
(Saxton) This phraseologically bound meaning is seen in the word dirt only in the
American variant of the standard English. 1 This same word has the
phraseologically bound meaning 'practical, farming his own land', realized in
Aleksandr Davidovich Shveĭt︠s︡er, 1978
The Physiology of the Senses: Or, How and what We See, Hear, ...
I think so, I judge so, I guess so, — thus manifesting phraseologically that my
knowledge in the case is intellectual. But why do I guess the weather will be cold
to-morrow? I see it in the appearance of the horizon, I feel it in my bones, &c., ...
Alexander Bryan Johnson, 1856
Terminology Science in Russia today: From the Past to the Future
... place of these bonds. Phraseologically enclosed bonds are considered to be
the ones with the words, which are used in figurative sense in the given FNC,
irrespective of the word being with the terminological or nonterminological
Larissa A. Manerko, Klaus-Dieter Baumann, Hartwig Kalverkämper, 2014
Lexical Functions in Lexicography and Natural Language ...
The meaning corresponding to Caus2Func2 is such that at least in some
unpredictable cases, it is expressed by phraseologically bound LUs; as a result,
its expression has to be explicitly specified everywhere, since otherwise one
Corpora in the Foreign Language Classroom: Selected Papers ...
As for the presentation of vocabulary in sections with phraseologically explicit
headings, the graph shows that only three textbooks have opted for this approach
, and that it has been done in varying proportions. A detailed analysis of the ...
Encarnación Hidalgo Tenorio, Luis Quereda Rodríguez-Navarro, Juan Santana, 2007
Stylistic Use of Phraseological Units in Discourse
The shift from metaphor to pun (“a repainted, handsome wooden ceiling”) creates
a vivid visual representation – extended pun in a phraseologically saturated
stretch of text. In this context, instantial use has been carried to considerable ...
Idiom Structure in English
two kinds of idioms: First, phraseologically fixed formulas, and second, genuine
semantic idioms. McCawley is almost on the right track when he suggests
examining the other phraseologically fixed, hence unalterable, ATTRACTIONS
Theory and Practice in Corpus Linguistics
Step 6: Elimination of phraseologically irrelevant examples. The output of Step 5
will still be 'preliminary' in many respects. For this reason, a further selection will
have to be made on the basis of the frequency and linguistic interest of the ...
Jan Aarts, Willem Meijs, 1990
Idioms: Structural and Psychological Perspectives
Some collocations, however, go beyond the range of liFs: namely, those in which
an actant of the keyword L is expressed in a phraseologically bound way. For
instance, in sick leave 'leave because of illnessJ or maternity leave 'leave
Martin Everaert, Erik-Jan van der Linden, Andr‚ Schenk, 2014
Beckoning Fortune: A Study of the Mongol Dalalya Ritual
The request for protection or escort seems to have found its way into the dalalya
passage because of the phraseologically similar reference to the cardinal
directions with which it opens; its proper place is in the main body of the prayer,