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ERIC Number: ED003914
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1960-Nov
Pages: 18
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MEANING DISCRIMINATION IN BILINGUAL DICTIONARIES.
IANNUCCI, JAMES E.
SEMANTIC DISCRIMINATION OF POLYSEMOUS ENTRY WORDS IN BILINGUAL DICTIONARIES WAS DISCUSSED IN THE PAPER. HANDICAPS OF PRESENT BILINGUAL DICTIONARIES AND BARRIERS TO THEIR FULL UTILIZATION WERE ENUMERATED. THE AUTHOR CONCLUDED THAT (1) A BILINGUAL DICTIONARY SHOULD HAVE A DISCRIMINATION FOR EVERY TRANSLATION OF AN ENTRY WORD WHICH HAS SEVERAL MEANINGS AND (2) THE PROBLEM OF DISCRIMINATION WOULD BE SOLVED BY COORDINATING THE BILINGUAL DICTIONARY WITH A MONOLINGUAL DICTIONARY BY A SYSTEM OF NUMBER REFERENCES. THE REPORT IS ONE OF A SERIES OF 13 PAPERS PRESENTED AT A CONFERENCE ON LEXICOGRAPHY, INDIANA UNIVERSITY, NOVEMBER 11-12, 1960. (GD)
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Authoring Institution: Indiana Univ., Bloomington.
Identifiers: INDIANA; PENNSYLVANIA; Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)