adjective see syntagma

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  • syntagmatic — from Fr. syntagmatique (de Saussure), from Gk. syntagma, from syntassein, from syn (see SYN (Cf. syn )) + tassein “to arrange” (see TACTICS (Cf. tactics)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • syntagmatic — [sin΄tag mat′ik] adj. of or relating to the sequential syntactic relationship between units in a linguistic structure …   English World dictionary

  • syntagmatic — adjective related as members of a syntagma syntagmatic word associations • Ant: ↑paradigmatic • Pertains to noun: ↑syntagma • Derivationally related forms: ↑syntagma, ↑syntagm …   Useful english dictionary

  • syntagmatic — syntagmatically, adv. /sin tag mat ik/, adj. Ling. pertaining to a relationship among linguistic elements that occur sequentially in the chain of speech or writing, as the relationship between the sun and is shining or the and sun in the sentence …   Universalium

  • syntagmatic — adjective Of or pertaining to a syntagma …   Wiktionary

  • syntagmatic — syn·tag·mat·ic …   English syllables

  • syntagmatic — syn•tag•mat•ic [[t]ˌsɪn tægˈmæt ɪk[/t]] adj. ling. pertaining to or being a relationship among linguistic elements that occur sequentially, as the relationship between the sun and is shining or the and sun in The sun is shining Compare… …   From formal English to slang

  • Syntagmatic structure — (structure of syntax) is the mode of time awareness which listeners are placed such as narrative , epic , or lyrical . A Syntagma is one syntactic or syntagmatic element. Narrative structures feature a realistic temporal flow guided by tension… …   Wikipedia

  • Syntagmatic analysis — In semiotics, syntagmatic analysis is analysis of syntax or surface structure (syntagmatic structure) as opposed to paradigms (paradigmatic analysis). This is often achieved using commutation tests [ …   Wikipedia

  • syntagmatic and paradigmatic — See Saussure, Ferdinand de …   Dictionary of sociology

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