Transfers of Meaning

@article{Nunberg1995TransfersOM,
  title={Transfers of Meaning},
  author={Geoffrey Nunberg},
  journal={J. Semant.},
  year={1995},
  volume={12},
  pages={109-132}
}
  • G. Nunberg
  • Published 1995
  • Philosophy, Computer Science
  • J. Semant.
L'A. examine les transferts de significations en anglais, operation dans laquelle des noms de propriete sont transferes dans de nouveaux noms qui denotent des proprietes auxquelles ils correspondent fonctionnellement. C'est cette operation qui est responsable du nouveau sens du predicat parked out back dans l'enonce I am parked out back, ainsi que des alternances lexicales representees en polysemie systematique 
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