deictic - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "deictic" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

deictic / непосредственно доказывающий
имя прилагательное
непосредственно доказывающий
имя прилагательное
of, relating to, or denoting a word or expression whose meaning is dependent on the context in which it is used, e.g., here , you , me , that one there , or next Tuesday.
In these ‘referential’ uses, it is replaceable by the deictic pronouns this and that (This is red, That is possible).
имя существительное
a deictic word or expression.
The deictics in are introduced by ‘here’ or ‘there’ and serve to direct the hearer's attention to an entity currently in the speaker's perceptual field.
The algorithm accounts for deictic as well as anaphoric referential identifications.
In these ‘referential’ uses, it is replaceable by the deictic pronouns this and that (This is red, That is possible).
The third-person examples are much improved if the pronouns are clearly deictic rather than anaphoric; the first-person examples are already deictic , of course.
Action signs, like vocal signs also take part in deictic (space/time) reference, indexicality and performativity.
In acts of deictic reference, speakers integrate schematic with local knowledge.
To understand a deictic is therefore not to ‘interpret’ it but simply to grasp by observation what it singles out in the physical situation of utterance.
The ‘s-evk’ coding indicates that the speaker is using a lexical subject to refer to something deictically .
‘You’ can be used both deictically (when the context is required to determine the reference) and non-deictically (when the reference is general rather than to particular identifiable persons).
One simple solution might be to incorporate deictically oriented directional predicates into hierarchy above to derive a new one.
The picture which emerges is one in which processes denoted by constituents in the verb phrase are all deictically referred to the initial action of attention associated with subject position.