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Evoluţia inventarului în terminologia meteorologiei. Niveluri de utilizare

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Publication: Lucrările celui de-al cincilea Simpozion Internațional de Lingvistică, București, 27-28 septembrie 2013, p. 478
Editors:Marius Sala, Maria Stanciu Istrate, Nicoleta Petuhov
Publisher:Editura Univers Enciclopedic Gold
Place:București
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Abstract:[The evolution of the inventory in meteorological terminology. Levels of usage]
The present paper examines the evolution of the inventory in meteorological terminology, being thus part of a descriptive-linguistic research dedicated to this specialised language. Starting from three sources belonging to a large period of time in the development of literary Romanian (1639–1790), the paper underlines the importance held by the diachronic perspective of study. Consequently, further attention is given to general and specific characteristics in the evolution of meteorological terminology, as well as to close analysis of levels in which terminological units are used.
Key words:
  • terminologie descriptiv-lingvistică, diacronie, evoluţie, termeni, utilizare
  • descriptive-linguistic terminology, diachrony, evolution, terms, usage
Language: Romanian
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Citations to this publication: 3

References in this publication: 5

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