semantics

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Englisch - Türkisch
semantik
anlambilim

Anlambilim tartışıyorsunuz. - You're arguing semantics.

anlam

Anlambilim tartışıyorsunuz. - You're arguing semantics.

anlam bilim
semanticanlamsal
anlam bilimi
semantics error
Anlambilimsel Hata
semantic
{s} anlam ile ilgili
semantic
anlamsal
semantic
(Dilbilim) anlambilimsel
formal semantics
formal semantik
generative semantics
üretici anlambilim
interpretive semantics
(Dilbilim) yorumlayıcı anlambilim
semantic
(Tıp) Kelime anlamına ait, manaya ait, anlamsal
semantic
(Biyoloji) semantik
truth conditional semantics
(Dilbilim) doğruluk koşullu anlambilim
Englisch - Englisch
The individual meanings of words, as opposed to the overall meaning of a passage

The semantics of a single preposition is a dissertation in itself.

The study of the relationship between words and their meanings
A branch of linguistics studying the meaning of words

Semantics is a foundation of lexicography.

the study of linguistic meaning
the study of meaning in language
the meaning of a word, phrase, clause, or sentence, as opposed to its syntactic construction Same as "semiotics " See also: onomasiology
The semantics of a programming language describe the relationship between the syntactical elements and the model of computation
The meaning of a statement
in the study of language, semantics is concerned with the meaning of words, expressions and sentences, often in relation to reference and truth Semantics is contrasted with syntax (the study of logical or grammatical form) and pragmatics (the study of the contribution of contextual factors to the meaning of what language users say) Meta-semantic theories study key semantic notions such as meaning and truth and how these notions are related
Part of the structure of language, along with phonology, morphology, syntax, and pragmatics, which involves understanding the meaning of words, sentences, and texts
The meaning of the various forms of instructions in a programming language
The rules defining what expressions and statements in a language mean (or what they do) Contrast syntax
The form semantic is used as a modifier. Semantics is the branch of linguistics that deals with the meanings of words and sentences. Study of meaning, one of the major areas of linguistic study (see linguistics). Linguists have approached it in a variety of ways. Members of the school of interpretive semantics study the structures of language independent of their conditions of use. In contrast, the advocates of generative semantics insist that the meaning of sentences is a function of their use. Still another group maintains that semantics will not advance until theorists take into account the psychological questions of how people form concepts and how these relate to word meanings
semantics is the study of meaning
The meaning associated with a set of symbols in a given language, which is determined by the syntactic structure of the symbols, as well as knowledge captured in an interpretative model See also: Syntax
Significance or meaning In the case of Dublin Core, the significance or intended meaning of individual metadata elements and their components
In computer languages, the semantics are specified by the actions taken for each instance of the language, i e , the meaning of each statement See section Defining Language Semantics
 - the study of meanings in language
the branch of linguistics which studies meaning in language One can distinguish between the study of the meanings of words (lexical semantics) and the study of how the meanings of larger constituents come about (structural semantics)
the study of meaning As used by Charles Morris, that branch of semiotics devoted to studying the relationship between signs and their objects
The implied meaning of data Used to define what entities mean with respect to their roles in a system
The study of the meaning of language, including meaning at the word, sentence, and conversational level
The characterization, for a natural or artificial, language of relations between sentences such as sameness in meaning, semantic consequences (i e that if one sentence is true, such and so others must be true), and relationships between sentences and the world (truth) Characterizations of meaning and menaingfulness come under this heading See pragmatics and syntactics
The relationship between words or symbols and their intended meanings Semantic rules apply to spoken and written languages as well as programming languages See also syntax
{i} study of the meaning and use of words and phrases
Theory of meaning; study of the signification of signs or symbols, as opposed to their formal relations (syntactics) Recommended Reading: , ed by Shalom Lappin (Blackwell, 1997) {at Amazon com}; Gennaro Chierchia and Sally McConnell-Ginet, Meaning and Grammar: An Introduction to Semantics (MIT, 2000) {at Amazon com}; F R Palmer, Semantics (Cambridge, 1981) {at Amazon com}; The Linguistic Turn: Essays in Philosophical Method, ed by Richard M Rorty (Chicago, 1992) {at Amazon com}; Robert C Stalnaker, Context and Content: Essays on Intentionality in Speech and Thought (Oxford, 1999) {at Amazon com}; and Henriette De Swart, Introduction to Natural Language Semantics (C S L I, 1998) {at Amazon com} Also see OCP on semantics and its philosophical relevance, OCDL on semantics, formal semantics, and pragmatics, Ned Block, DPM, Andrew Carpenter, ColE, BGHT, noesis, and MacE
the study of words and their meanings
the study of language meaning
The study of relations between a representation and what it represents <Discussion> <References> Chris Eliasmith
{i} semasiology
semantics-free
Having no semantic content
denotational semantics
An approach to formalizing the meanings of programming languages by constructing mathematical objects called denotations which describe the meanings of expressions from the languages
formal semantics
The study of the semantics, or interpretations, of formal languages
general semantics
An educational discipline based on the notion that certain techniques can enhance one's ability to evaluate and respond to the world
lexical semantics
The study of how the words of a language denote either things in the real world or concepts
mathematical semantics
A study of formal semantics of computer languages, such as denotational semantics
semantic
Reflecting intended structure and meaning
semantic
Of or relating to semantics or the meanings of words
semantic
Petty or trivial; quibbling, niggling
statistical semantics
The study of estimation of the meanings of words by looking at patterns of words in huge collections of texts, using statistical methods
semantic
Relating to the meaning of written or spoken words
semantic
of or relating to the study of meaning and changes of meaning; "semantic analysis"
semantic
concerning meaning
semantic
of or relating to the study of meaning and changes of meaning; "semantic analysis
semantic
Part of the structure of language, along with phonology, morphology, syntax, and pragmatics, which involves understanding the meaning of words, sentences, and texts
semantic
{s} pertaining to semantics, of the study of the meaning and use of words and phrases
semantic
Semantic is used to describe things that deal with the meanings of words and sentences. He did not want to enter into a semantic debate. relating to the meanings of words (semantikos , from semainein , from sema )
semantic
General, relating to meaning or signification In Semiotics, semantic means more narrowly, concerned with the relationship between the signs and the objects
semantic
Relating to meaning, especially of words
semantics
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