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Phraseology in the language, in the dictionary, and in the computer
Yearbook of Phraseology
Two main families of phrasemes (= non-free phrases) are distinguish ed: lexical phrasemes and semantic-lexical phrasemes; the phrasemes of the first family are constrained only in their form (their meaning being free), those of the second family are constrained both in their meaning and in their form. Two basic concepts are introduced: compositionality of complex linguistic signs and the pivot of a meaning. Three major classes of phrasemes are presented: noncompositional idioms anddoi:10.1515/phras-2012-0003 fatcat:5h5fvn3jtzbtdfmspg5ewsxe6a