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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - An actual object referred to by a linguistic expression.

Usage examples (3)
  • For Deleuze as for Frege, sense is what is expressed in a proposition; the two senses of “morning star” and “evening star” are two ways in which the same denotatum may...
  • Surely, the criterion of capitalization is trivial, and, frankly, Grover Cleveland is of much less interest to me than phoenix; yet his name appears as a word in the language,...
  • ; d i e m, quo quidem infigne allquld is fafturus flt feceritue, hac denotatum plirafi iii afitlqulore S. codice reperias. for more
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