Translation of semantic in Spanish:

semantic

semántico, adj.

Pronunciation: /səˈmæn(t)ɪk//sɪˈmantɪk/

adjective

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    semántico
    • They'll use a lot of legalisms and a lot of semantic language so that it won't be quite so black and white.
    • The argument assumes that interpretation is a purely linguistic or semantic process until an ambiguity is revealed.
    • In any case, no longer a niche-word filling a semantic gap, the vogue word became a vague word.
    • In such grammars, conflicts among semantic and syntactic constraints are resolved in terms of ranking.
    • I would be far happier encouraging the linguistic and semantic creativity you find in the hip hop community.
    • Lexical items in pidgin languages tend to cover a wider semantic domain than in the base language.
    • At this point, the semantic extensions go in at least two different directions.
    • Its elegant script is unknown from any other source, and not one clue as to its semantic content has emerged.
    • But this is not a semantic question about the meaning of the word accurate.
    • Another very important way in which a language grows is by semantic modification of existing words.
    • All the appeal of the system is in the powerful common sense semantic analysis going on in the background.
    • It will be shown that a semantic fit between the sortal restrictions activated by the preposition and a depicted object results in inhibitory effects.
    • They are self-conscious efforts to thwart the confinement of written language and its semantic limits.
    • But, how can one discuss nonsemantic functions in language that is obdurately semantic?
    • Two appendices provide the technical details of the semantic insight on which our approach is based.
    • In other words, there is no body of evidence against which a semantic theory could be verified.
    • For deaf children a stronger connection should exist between orthographic and semantic features.
    • The language should cover all common semantic and syntactic constructs.
    • The semantic valence attributed to a hieroglyphic language is two-edged.
    • Formal scientific languages can be subjected to more thorough study by the semantic method that he developed.