What are semantic characteristics
semantic characteristic (German)
Part of speech: noun, (neuter), Part of speech: word combination, adjectival declensionHyphenation:
- se | man | ti | cal feature, Plural: se | man | ti | cal characteristics
- IPA: [zeˈmantɪʃəs ˈmɛʁkmaːl]
- 1) Linguistics: smallest component of the meaning of a word or morpheme that cannot be further broken down
- Germanization of engl. semantic feature
- 1) semester
- 1) grammatical feature, semantic differential
- 1) Semantics (theory of meaning), linguistics / linguistics
- 1) are [adult], [female] semantic characteristicsthat can be used to describe the meaning of words like "woman" or "lioness".
- 1) The amount of semantic characteristics of a word or morpheme forms its sememe, its meaning.
- 1) “Just as one assumes in chemistry that a molecule consists of atoms (Greek: átomos = indivisible), the semantics of features is based on the idea that one semantic characteristics (Seme) as "atomic" units and can understand "the meanings of certain lexemes as molecular terms" (Lyons 1983: 327). "
- 1) “The isotopic concept works 'below' the word level by making use of semanalysis, that is, on the assumption that word meanings can be broken down into a set of individual ones semantic characteristics (…).“
- 1) “In contrast, the decompositional approach also operates semantic characteristics, some of which are situationally combined into concrete meanings. "
- 1) “So you can do that semantic characteristic Read out ›directed at‹. "
- 1) “There is a bundle for the reversible neck bird semantic characteristicsthat make up its meaning. "
- English: 1) semantic feature
- French: 1) trait semantique
- Interlingua: 1) tracto semantic
Entries from our dictionary containing "semantic characteristic":
male: With masculine one can denote a common semantic characteristic of words like “Herr”, “Junge”, “Mann” and “Stallion”, “Kater”, “Rüde”
characteristic:… 1) a diagnostic feature 2) articulatory feature, distinctive feature, semantic feature 3) a qualitative / quantitative feature; a discrete / quasi-continuous / continuous ...
Sem: ... Greek σῆμα (sēma) for "sign" or "feature" Synonyms: 1) semantic feature Related terms: 1) Glossem Subordinate terms: ...
animates:… 2) general (without comparison): full of life, lively 3) linguistics (without comparison): semantic characteristic (sem) meaning living, living being. Has in the Slavic languages ...
inanimate: ... there sees 2) natural sciences, without comparison: without life 3) linguistics, without comparison: semantic feature (sem) with the meaning not living. Origin of the term: derivation ...
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semantic word (German) Part of speech: noun, (neuter), part of speech: word combination, adjectival declination syllable separation: ...
semaphored (English) Part of speech: Conjugated form Grammatical characteristics: Simple past of the verb semaphore Part of speech:…
semaphoring Part of Speech: Participle I Grammatical characteristics: Present participle of the verb semaphore
semasiologically (German) Part of speech: adjective increments: positive semasiological, comparative -, superlative - hyphenation: ...
semasiological (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: se | ma | sio | lo | gi | cal pronunciation / stress: IPA:…
semasiological (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: se | ma | sio | lo | gi | schem Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
semasiological (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: se | ma | sio | lo | gi | schen Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
semasiological (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: se | ma | sio | lo | gi | scher Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
semasiological (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: se | ma | sio | lo | gi | sches Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
semasiological dictionary (German) Part of speech: noun, (neuter), part of speech: word combination, adjectival declination syllable separation: ...
sembilan (Indonesian) Part of speech: Numeral meaning / definition: 1) nine translations German: 1) nine ...
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