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By Bengt Altenberg, Karin Aijmer

ISBN-10: 9042017414

ISBN-13: 9789042017412

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4 This was the beginning of distrust of intuition – why did one‘s intuition fail to come up with the massively common uses of a word, but instead reported a rather rare one? The term “delexicalisation” was used of the process whereby the original meaning of the verbs which appeared in these patterns was watered down or lost completely, overlaid with a new meaning that arose from regular collocation. At that time no-one was questioning the ideas (a) that each word had one or more meanings, and (b) that one of the meanings had special status as the original or core meaning.

Intuition and annotation 47 6. More generally, part fits into a phrasing X on the part of Y, where X is some action, usually described in derogatory terms, and Y is the actor. Future attracts talks and similar events on its left, and political problems on its right. Effect is part of an item which can be represented as X has a Y effect on Z, where X is some event, Y is an adjective like adverse, dramatic, and Z is something like a political programme. Cover is usually preceded by the name of a celebrity, and followed by the name of a journal.

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