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Some aspects of the cognitive theory of polysemy

DOI
10.5922/2223-2095-2010-2-3
Pages
19-27

Abstract

The article focuses on polysemy as a conceptual phenomenon. The author gives a brief overview of the works of Russian and foreign linguists specializing in the study of Polysemy. Special attention is given to the representation of polysemy in mental lexicon.

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