semantic relation

NOUN
  1. a relation between meanings
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How To Use semantic relation In A Sentence

  • Semantic relationships show aspects of the genus-species relationships and are expected to reflect assumed and widely accepted subject relationships.
  • Causative is in semantic relation category and it represents that the causer imposess a force on the cause, and therefore engenders certain result at the same time.
  • When infinitives are used to modify post-positioned attributives, translation methods can be various according to the semantic relation between modifiers and headwords.
  • Hence the expansion of dictionary definitions descends into progressive generality, displaying a weaker and weaker semantic relationship with the original word.
  • As indicated in the definition, the obtained ordering is interpreted as the semantic relation of hyponymy on the set of concepts.
  • Causative is in semantic relation category and it represents that the causer imposess a force on the cause, and therefore engenders certain result at the same time.
  • Semantic relationships show aspects of the genus-species relationships and are expected to reflect assumed and widely accepted subject relationships.
  • The article attempts to expound the importance of semantic meaning in word learning from the angle of the semantic relation of word.
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