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This article presents the results from a corpus-based multidimensional analysis of the language of the Brazilian economy, building on a previous study that determined the major dimensions underlying the statistical collocations of the +8,000 most frequent words in Brazilian Portuguese (Berber Sardinha et al., submitted). The corpus used was the Corpus Brasileiro (Brazilian Corpus) (LAEL, CEPRIL, PUCSP, Fapesp, CNPq), a multi-register corpus with 1 billion tokens. Dimensions of collocation aredoi:10.11606/issn.2176-9419.v18i1p175-198 doaj:5821f88bc9c647be843f0b4be7a51700 fatcat:usnruy5q4bhzljvpqibxue4qoq