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==Definition==
 
In generative syntax, a '''segment''' is a structural/configurational notion. In an [[adjunction]] structure like (i), the category A consists of two segments, the upper A and the lower A.
 
In generative syntax, a '''segment''' is a structural/configurational notion. In an [[adjunction]] structure like (i), the category A consists of two segments, the upper A and the lower A.
  
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Cf. [[Exclusion]], [[Dominance]].
 
Cf. [[Exclusion]], [[Dominance]].
  
===Polysemy===
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==Polysemy==
 
Another meaning:
 
Another meaning:
 
*[[segment (in phonology)]]
 
*[[segment (in phonology)]]
  
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*[http://www2.let.uu.nl/UiL-OTS/Lexicon/zoek.pl?lemma=Segment&lemmacode=208 Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics]
[http://www2.let.uu.nl/UiL-OTS/Lexicon/zoek.pl?lemma=Segment&lemmacode=208 Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics]
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=== References ===
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== References ==
 
* Chomsky, N. 1986b. ''Barriers,'' MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.
 
* Chomsky, N. 1986b. ''Barriers,'' MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.
 
* Lasnik, H. and M. Saito 1992. ''Move alpha: conditions on its application and output,'' MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.
 
* Lasnik, H. and M. Saito 1992. ''Move alpha: conditions on its application and output,'' MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.

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Definition

In generative syntax, a segment is a structural/configurational notion. In an adjunction structure like (i), the category A consists of two segments, the upper A and the lower A.

(i)		A
	       /|
	      /	|
	     B	A

Cf. Exclusion, Dominance.

Polysemy

Another meaning:

Links

References

  • Chomsky, N. 1986b. Barriers, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.
  • Lasnik, H. and M. Saito 1992. Move alpha: conditions on its application and output, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.