[ US /ˈɫɛksɪkəɫ/ ]
  1. of or relating to words
    lexical decision task
  2. of or relating to dictionaries
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How To Use lexical In A Sentence

  • The lexical diarrhoea, the mememe contents, the Pennine Chain I-Know-Everything certainty. Fancy Forking Out £80 for Breakfast with Stephen Timms?
  • Lexical representation and development in a second language can be divided into three stages: formal stage, L1 lemma mediation stage, and L2 integration stage.
  • The phonological output lexicon stores pronunciations corresponding to all the spoken words known to the reader, also in the form of lexical entries.
  • Others are more fixed and allow little room for adjustment, and these we might think of as more lexical in character.
  • Lexical items in pidgin languages tend to cover a wider semantic domain than in the base language.
  • Finally, this paper concludes that lexical chunk approach is a practical way to reverse current less effective English teaching status and lead English teaching to a new developing platform.
  • The pattern of L 2 mental lexicon organization is one important dimension of L 2 lexical competence.
  • Lewis was one of the first to popularize this ‘lexical turn’ in applied linguistics, and he did so energetically, if, at times, contentiously. September « 2010 « An A-Z of ELT
  • My listings like "looking to get tarred and pleasured" and "Searching for a heroine to do the paronym of this sentence's lexical subject" kept getting flagged. Gawker
  • Headline is an important component of a newspaper with peculiar language features; Here a preliminary survey is made on the English headlines,[sentence dictionary] mainly on its lexical and grammatical features.
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