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ʵcorpusĽͣ

Ӣʵ䡷 corpus Ľǣ

LINGUISTICS a collection of written and spoken language stored on computer and used for language research and writing dictionaries

˹߽Ӣʵ䡷 corpus Ľǣ

A corpus is a large collection of written or spoken texts that is used for language research. (TECHNICAL)

ͳʵ䡷 corpus Ľǣ

A large collection of writings of a specific kind or on a specific subject.

A collection of writings or recorded remarks used for linguistic analysis.

Ÿ߼ѧϰʵ䡷 corpus Ľǣ

the collection of a single writer's work or of writing about a particular subject, or a large amount of written and sometimes spoken material collected to show the state of a language

ţ߽Ӣʵ䡷6 corpus Ľǣ

(technical) a collection of written or spoken texts

 

corpus÷˵

corpus һʣ临ʽ֣corpora corpuses

a corpus of 100 million words of spoken English һڵʵӢϿ

With the development of corpus linguistic, corpuses provide us a great deal of authentic language material. ϿѧķչϿΪӢѧṩ˴ʵԲϡ

A corpus of spoken language has been gathered from all over the country for the purposes of examining regional differences. ǴȫѼ˿Կԡ

 

йcorpus ԡӢϿ⣨BNC

Corpus books, do also essays, many use audio, your transcription is long, let's see either side.

On the applicant's application for habeas corpus, the Divisional Court decided to allow the application.

As the chair is attached to Corpus Christi College, she had to resign her Fellowship at Somerville, where she had taught our biochemists for over twenty years.

William's suspension of habeas corpus in the early years of the war, his use of the royal veto, and his attempt to retain a standing army in peacetime after the Treaty of Ryswick in 1697, further aroused Country suspicions about the strength of the executive.

In this corpus we find that it is very rare for an ellipsis to occur without a linguistic antecedent, and in those cases where one does, it is usually for special effect.

The conclusion from psychological research that information processing is unusual in psychotic individuals thus finds an exact parallel in theories emphasising the functioning of the corpus callosum as the physiological vehicle for psychosis.

Even if it were not, there would be other problems, such as whether a book read by millions would count equally, in the corpus, with a private letter; whether some publications (eg literary magazines) would be weightier, in determining the norm for the language, than others.

 

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