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English prepositions are extremely frequent and extraordinarily polysemous. In some usages they contribute information about spatial, temporal, or causal roles/relations; in other cases they are institutionalized, somewhat arbitrarily, as case markers licensed by a particular governing verb, verb class, or syntactic construction. To facilitate automatic disambiguation, we propose a general-purpose, broadcoverage taxonomy of preposition functions that we call supersenses: these are coarse anddoi:10.3115/v1/w15-1612 dblp:conf/acllaw/SchneiderSHP15 fatcat:hsfux3mruveblogkiklajrmvqa