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Anglicko-český slovník s nejnovějšimi výrazy (English-Czech dictionary, containing the most recent expressions) (review)

Anglicko-český slovník s nejnovějšimi výrazy (English-Czech dictionary, containing the most... 262Reviews Expressive words and substandard, demotic forms and words are listed cographers consider "wrong" words or forms (incorrect is their term) are in the strings of synonyms -- widi suitable labels, of course. What these lexiquoted, but diey are distinguished by die typeface used: they are not printed in boldface like the other synonyms. Also, diese "incorrect" words are labeled as such, diough indirectly: the form considered incorrect is followed by die form considered "correct," which is printed in boldface. For instance, "dielci [= 'par- tial'] správ. [= correctly] ciastkovy." Sometimes, however, the labeling is direct and die sequence reversed. For instance, under otvorit', in sense 2, we find parliament']; nespráv. [= incorrectly] zahájit': zahájit' schôdzu, správ. [= correctly] otvorit' schôdzu." In some cases the disapproval is not explicitly stated and is conveyed only by not printing the synonym in boldface; for instance, "zacat' otvorit', zacat' zasadnutie parlamentu [= 'begin, open the session of under pohodlny 'easy going', the synonyms komótny and nenáhlivy follow, and the typeface only. In most if not all cases, the unboldfaced forms are Bohemianisms -- a phenomenon that one would expect in an 'Aufbausprache', as Heinz Kloss would call it, which Slovak is. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Dictionaries: Journal of the Dictionary Society of North America Dictionary Society of North America

Anglicko-český slovník s nejnovějšimi výrazy (English-Czech dictionary, containing the most recent expressions) (review)

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262Reviews Expressive words and substandard, demotic forms and words are listed cographers consider "wrong" words or forms (incorrect is their term) are in the strings of synonyms -- widi suitable labels, of course. What these lexiquoted, but diey are distinguished by die typeface used: they are not printed in boldface like the other synonyms. Also, diese "incorrect" words are labeled as such, diough indirectly: the form considered incorrect is followed by die form considered "correct," which is printed in boldface. For instance, "dielci [= 'par- tial'] správ. [= correctly] ciastkovy." Sometimes, however, the labeling is direct and die sequence reversed. For instance, under otvorit', in sense 2, we find parliament']; nespráv. [= incorrectly] zahájit': zahájit' schôdzu, správ. [= correctly] otvorit' schôdzu." In some cases the disapproval is not explicitly stated and is conveyed only by not printing the synonym in boldface; for instance, "zacat' otvorit', zacat' zasadnutie parlamentu [= 'begin, open the session of under pohodlny 'easy going', the synonyms komótny and nenáhlivy follow, and the typeface only. In most if not all cases, the unboldfaced forms are Bohemianisms -- a phenomenon that one would expect in an 'Aufbausprache', as Heinz Kloss would call it, which Slovak is.

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Dictionaries: Journal of the Dictionary Society of North AmericaDictionary Society of North America

Published: Apr 4, 1998

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