semantic change

semantic change
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English to Turkish dictionary. 2009.

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  • semantic — se•man•tic [[t]sɪˈmæn tɪk[/t]] also se•man′ti•cal adj. 1) ling. of or pertaining to meaning or arising from the different meanings of words or other symbols: semantic change; semantic confusion[/ex] 2) ling. of or pertaining to semantics •… …   From formal English to slang

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  • Semantic-oriented programming — (SOP) in which you express your code directly in semantic meanings, most suitable to reflect your task. This means, that for each task you may need to add new semantic meanings, thus you ll need an extendable and configurable programming language …   Wikipedia

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