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classConcept
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prefLabel@ensyntactic behaviour
definition@enSyntactic Behaviour is a class representing one of the possible behaviours of a lexeme. The Syntactic Behaviour instance is attached to the Lexical Entry instance and optionally to the Sense instance. The presence in a given lexicon of one Syntactic Behaviour instance for a lexical entry means that this lexeme can have this behaviour in the language of the lexicon. Syntactic description is optional, so it is possible to describe morphology and semantics without any syntactic description. Lexical Entry, Syntactic Behaviour and Sense instances form a triangle representing Morphology, Syntax and Semantics. Detailed description of the syntactic behaviour of a lexical entry is defined by the Subcategorization Frame instance. (source: http://www.lexinfo.net/lmf)
notationsyntacticBehaviour
changeNoteThis concept is based on the ISOcat data category: http://www.isocat.org/datcat/DC-5999
inSchemeSyntax
inSkosCollectionCORNETTO-LMF
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toBeChecked---
urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11459/CCR_C-5999_9aac6e3d-529b-5ffb-f0fc-0a1ec1ac23a0
licenseCreative Commons Attribution (CC BY) (use the uri above for the attribution)

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