AbstractThis presentation suggests some reasons why lexicographers of the future will need to pay more attention to phraseology and non-literal meaning. It argues that not only do words have literal meaning, but also that much meaning is non-literal, being lexical, i.e. metaphorical or figurative, experiential, or intertextual.
CitationHanks, P. (2016) Three kinds of semantic resonance, in Margalitadze, Tinatin & Meladze, George (eds.), 2016. Proceedings of the XVII EURALEX International Congress: Lexicography and Linguistic Diversity. Tbilisi: Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. http://euralex2016.tsu.ge/publication2016.pdf
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