- metonymy (n.)
- 1560s, from French métonymie (16c.) and directly from Late Latin metonymia, from Greek metonymia, literally "a change of name," related to metonomazein "to call by a new name; to take a new name," from meta- "change" (see meta-) + onyma, dialectal form of onoma "name" (see name (n.)). Figure in which the name of one thing is used in place of another that is
suggested by or associated with it (such as the Kremlin for "the Russian government"). Related: Metonymic; metonymical.
- 1. The key point is that metonymy thing which has close relationship thing.
- 2. Tropes include metaphor, simile, metonymy, synecdoche, etc.
- 比喻包括隐喻 、 喻 、 喻、喻等, 是语义修辞法的重要组成部分.
- 3. Second, causality metonymy is by far the most productive model that English idioms of anger reflect.
- 第二, 就表达怒气之英语习语而言,因果转喻是严具生产力之概念模式.
- 4. The overlapping or interaction of metaphor and metonymy sometimes exists in semantic extension.
- 5. The word - building ways mainly consist of homonym, overlap, metaphor, metonymy, abbreviation, loanword or explaining a word in another way.
- 其构词方式主要有谐音 、 重叠 、 比喻 、 借代 、 字母缩写 、 音译借词和别解构词等.
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