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Le défigement, une sorte de délocutivité ?

Abstract : This paper compares two linguistic phenomena, transformed idioms and delocutive expressions (as defined by Benveniste, 1966). From our point of view, both of them introduce a two-stepped process concerning reference: a transformed idiom can only be understood through the original idiom, which itself refers to a situation, and the meaning of a delocutive expression is highly determined by a specific utterance of the words concerned, preceding their actual use.
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Silvia Palma. Le défigement, une sorte de délocutivité ?. Pierre Frath; Christopher Gledhill; Jean Pauchard. Res per nomen, ÉPURE - Éditions et Presses universitaires de Reims, pp.309-318, 2008, 9782915271263. ⟨hal-02507208⟩



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