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Resumen This paper shows the poor treatment of phraseological units provided by traditional monolingual and bilingual dictionaries. It then goes on to focus on the recent launching of electronic dictionaries, their applications and the automated treatment of language, lexicon and its possible classifications. Taking verbal locutions as a starting point, the author suggest a new way to compile an electronic dictionary, attempting to make up for the usual lack of information about phraseologicaldoi:10.14198/elua2004.anexo2.17 fatcat:5xcyewr67zgllobxnbjyofggwq