hyponymy


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Noun1.hyponymy - the semantic relation of being subordinate or belonging to a lower rank or class
semantic relation - a relation between meanings
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Hyponymie

hyponymy

[haɪˈpɒnɪmɪ] Nhiponimia f
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They concluded that, except for collocation, there was a significant difference in part-whole and hyponymy as well as there was a significant difference between application of lexical relations in speech of elderly Alzheimer patients and non-patients.
Gathering such trigger list will need exploration of almost whole thesaurus following association links, meronymy link, and hyponymy (is-a) links.
Semantic relationships may include similarity, hyponymy, precursor, or equivalence.
In fact, it implies a relation of hyponymy at the significance level, this referring to a consequence of the "overbooking": "Habitualmente la DENEGACION DE EMBARQUE se produce por el fenomeno del overbooking.
But this is not surprising: in our discussion of previous examples, we had seen that both metonymy and hyponymy are relevant.
Words in the same semantic field are linguistically related (out of the semantic relations; synonymy, hyponymy, etc.
The most popular relation among synsets is the IS-A relation also called super-subordinate relation or hyperonymy- hyponymy relation.
Nouns and verbs are arranged in structured way based on the hypernymy/ hyponymy relations.
cn}, and it is the set that belongs to all categories in the classification system, ci is the i category; R = R = {<ci, cj> [member of] r|1 < i < j < n}, which means hyponymy among the classifications in C and|<ci, cj> [member of] r means ci is the classification of cj.
Of paradigmatic relations, the words under discussion mostly display antonymy and hyponymy.
The second reason for the lower rate of loss of primitive adjectives is related to the nature of these adjectives and, more specifically, to their degree of atomicity and analysability and their formal and semantic contribution to hyponymy as shown by derivational paradigms.
Word meaning has four aspects: denotation, or reference to something in the "real world" (15); connotation, or "often emotive" positive and negative associations (16); sense or semantic relations, such as synonymy, antonymy, hyponymy, and meronymy (17); and collocation, or the "likelihood that two words will co-occur" (18).