2005
DOI: 10.1093/ijl/eci042
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Collocation, Colligation and Encoding Dictionaries. Part I: Lexicological Aspects

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“…However, there is only limited literature on the subject. Siepmann (2005Siepmann ( , 2006 critically reviews different approaches to collocation, and tries to synthesize recent advances in collocational theory into a coherent framework for lexicological theory and lexicographic practice. He concludes that "the traditional dictionary-making process should be turned on its head: rather than starting from an alphabetical framework it should proceed from a bilingual or multilingual onomasiological research base (Siepmann, 2006)."…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, there is only limited literature on the subject. Siepmann (2005Siepmann ( , 2006 critically reviews different approaches to collocation, and tries to synthesize recent advances in collocational theory into a coherent framework for lexicological theory and lexicographic practice. He concludes that "the traditional dictionary-making process should be turned on its head: rather than starting from an alphabetical framework it should proceed from a bilingual or multilingual onomasiological research base (Siepmann, 2006)."…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This opposition can also be illustrated with the notion of semantically idiosyncratic multiword expressions as discussed in Chapter 2 (Sag et al, 2002;Kim, 2008;Calzolari et al, 2002;Siepmann, 2005;Siepmann, 2006;Guenthner and Blanco, 2004). In this sense, semantically idiosyncratic multiword expressions are contrasted to productive constructions.…”
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“…The construction comprises of two members -the nominal and the verbal component -, in terms of multiword expressions (see Chapter 2), the noun is the base and the verb is the collocate (Siepmann, 2005;Siepmann, 2006;Sag et al, 2002;Guenthner and Blanco, 2004). However, it is not unequivocal to determine which one is the head of the construction.…”
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