By Minghui Dong, Jingxia Lin, Xuri Tang
This e-book constitutes the completely refereed post-workshop lawsuits of the seventeenth chinese language Lexical Semantics Workshop, CLSW 2016, held in Singapore, Singapore, in may perhaps 2016.
The 70 commonplace papers integrated during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 182 submissions. they're geared up in topical sections named: lexicon and morphology, the syntax-semantics interface, corpus and source, traditional language processing, case research of lexical semantics, prolonged learn and application.
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H+D=B Preceding Metaphor: “Jianguo” refers to olive (“jian”: giving some expostulationto correct mistakes—“good advice is harsh to the ear” should be bitter in taste— criticism always makes one feel bitter). Something harsh to one’s ear has similarity with the bitterness of olive, this association leads to metaphor, and therefore, “jianguo” is often used to refer to olive. It is worth attention that the part of speech of “jian” 28 8 7ANG ET AL here has transformed from a verb into a word with the characteristic of an adjective.
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