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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Something that points to something else; The first term in a proposition; Something related to adj. - Having allusion.

Usage examples (38)
  • Judgments referent to the indictment
  • In terms of "the self," in other words, the speaker's dissolution into the referent is really her expansion from an ego to a collective (lore-ridden, nature-ridden) self.
  • Parsing the referent is a part of that meaning making.
  • Linguistically this shift of meaning is associated with what is called the referent, since a new context often means fresh referents. for more
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