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Evaluative Meaning in Translation
Evaluative meaning is frequently understood as a form of connotation, pertaining to single lexical items. However, the term has recently been applied also to longer stretches of text, spanning several words. The paper generally deals with the latter aspect and provides a corpus-driven analysis of several Slovene and English phrases that may appear semantically neutral, yet turn out to be heavily non-neutral in terms of their semantic properties. After a short introduction of the main approachesdoi:10.4312/elope.12.2.193-209 fatcat:cgds3hxy6jahxjgmi7ek2qr234