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English - Turkish
(Dilbilim) Öngönderim, önyinelem
(Tıp) Zaman zaman bilincin avdet ettiği koma şekli, hastanın zaman zaman bilincine hakim olduğu derin uyku hali, yarı koma
English - English
The use of a pronoun, or other linguistic unit, before the noun phrase to which it refers, sometimes used for rhetorical effect
(Dilbilim) In linguistics, cataphora (English pronunciation: /kəˈtæfǝrǝ/, with stress on -taph-; from Greek, καταφορά from κατά "forward" and φέρειν "carry") is used to describe an expression that co-refers with a later expression in the discourse
{i} grammatical situation in which a substitute word (e.g. pronoun) precedes the word to which it refers
use of a pronoun or other linguistic unit to refer to a word used later "Him," in, "I nudged him, but George did not wake "
The use of a grammatical substitute (like a pronoun) which has the same reference as the next word or phrase, as in, "Before him John saw a sea of smiling faces " (Compare Antonomasia, Metonymy)