Translation of lexical in Spanish:

lexical

léxico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈlɛksək(ə)l//ˈlɛksɪk(ə)l/

adjective

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    • However, the lexical perceptions of unbiased native speaker/hearers are pretty consistent.
    • The interaction between the vision of colors and odor determination is investigated through lexical analysis of experts' wine tasting comments.
    • Experiments 1 and 2 investigated the influence of an orthographic lexical context upon spoken word discrimination.
    • To make the issue more concrete, suppose that a researcher wants to test the effects of language frequency on lexical decision times.
    • A more contentious claim is that this benefit is associated with a costs: skilled readers are said to be unable to prevent lexical and semantic analyses of words.
    • Nevertheless, there is an inverse correlation between the lexical expansion of a language and the iconicity of its grammar.
    • It seems to be, at this intermediate stage of nominal determiner grammaticalization, a lexical feature of indefinites rather than an effect of syntactic or pragmatic factors.
    • This paper examines the aspect hypothesis, which asserts that verb inflections in early interlanguage systems function primarily as markers of lexical aspect independent of the target language.
    • The composite arises when levels of complex lexical structure come from different languages.
    • It is a tonal Mon-Khmer language with strong Chinese lexical influences.
    • Further it is hypothesized that there are different formulators for each language, while there is one lexicon where lexical elements from different languages are stored together.
    • In terms of lexical category ambiguity, languages do differ in the extent to which their word-forms are specialized for syntactic function.
    • The extended mechanism turned out to be capable of giving a principled account of lexical blocking, the pragmatics of adjectives, and systematic polysemy.
    • First, the relatedness of forms will serve to structure the language's lexical resources.
    • Based on this, scholars have accepted that around 2,000 word families provide the lexical resources to engage in everyday spoken English discourse.
    • The paper considers similarities and differences between names in Hebrew and Arabic as a specific lexical group within their vocabularies.
    • They are designed to fool lexical analysis tools that examine the word content of an email and recognize common ‘spam’ terms.
    • When linguists set up sets of words for lexical comparison, whether for classical subgrouping or for lexicostatistics, they are typically arranged by glosses.
    • Then we get to the real nitty-gritty, what we call the lexical words, the words that carry a distinctive semantic content.
    • Oral-language assessments must measure the essential elements of knowing a language, not just lexical knowledge.