Traducción de lexicography en español:

lexicography

lexicografía, n.

Pronunciación: /ˌlɛksəˈkɑɡrəfi//ˌlɛksɪˈkɒɡrəfi/

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    lexicografía femenino
    • Morris' interest in lexicography grew, and he produced his own dictionary of Australian English, consciously modelled on the OED, in 1898.
    • In reality, therefore, there is not a conflict between descriptive and prescriptive grammar and lexicography, but rather a difference of mission.
    • Finally, this Sunday strip has no connection to syntax or prosody, but does highlight the inadequacy of modern lexicography.
    • Is this the last word in New Testament lexicography?
    • Trademark names used as verbs are a further area of difficulty, both generally and in lexicography.
    • In the coming years, it will be interesting to see how new areas such as Internet word analysis develops in relationship to traditional areas such as lexicography, semantics and linguistics.
    • In other ways, it was like a research school and a scholarly publishing house: its scholars compared and analysed texts, translated them, wrote commentaries, and undertook lexicography and the study of grammar.
    • Although these two categories - grammar and lexicography - are organically related and interwoven, they will be treated separately for maximal clarity.
    • Winchester is excellent on the theory and practice of lexicography, explaining succinctly how the English language evolved, and how successive generations of scholars sought to record it.
    • The enrichment of the database opens up new perspectives in the field of computational lexicography since the semantic networks contained in the collocational database can be used to enhance corpus-based collocation extraction.
    • In the world of today's lexicography, usage is king.
    • This interest in meteorology is reflected in diverse forms and manners in Arabic poetry, lexicography, and grammar.
    • The history of lexicography in England can be traced back to the 16th Century or even earlier.
    • Often these movements were defined not only by geographical borders but by new ideas of language and lexicography.
    • The glosses above required no independent lexicography because I just cut and pasted them from the OED, which cites these examples of the intransitive.
    • His work included zoology, Arabic grammar, poetry, rhetoric and lexicography.
    • After sifting through a mountain of words, the author has settled on 1,500 meanings that reflect the ever-changing world of lexicography.
    • The annotation pays particular attention to issues of social context, and to staging: it is more than just an extended exercise in lexicography.
    • By contrast, Johnson has no reason either to castigate lexicography or to celebrate the completion of his own task.
    • Either I've slipped in from some parallel linguistic universe, or the profession of lexicography is falling short in the domain of tools.