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Mario Brdar
Mario Brdar
Josip Juraj Strossmayer University, Osijek
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Metonymy in Grammar: Towards Motivating Extensions of Grammatical Categories and Constructions
M Brdar
Faculty of Philosophy, 2007
1222007
Metonimija i gramatika
M Brdar
18. znanstveni skup HDPL-a" Semantika prirodnog jezika i metajezik semantike", 2005
122*2005
When Zidane is not simply Zidane, and Bill Gates is not just Bill Gates: Or, Some thoughts on online construction of metaphtonymic meanings of proper names.
M Brdar, R Brdar-Szabó
Aspects on Meaning Construction, 125-142, 2007
932007
On the marginality of lexical blending
R Brdar-Szabó, M Brdar
Jezikoslovlje, 171, 2008
842008
Metonymic coding of linguistic action in English, Croatian and Hungarian
M Brdar, R Brdar-Szabó
Metonymy and pragmatic inferencing, 241-266, 2003
692003
What do metonymic chains reveal about the nature of metonymy?
R Brdar-Szabó, M Brdar
Defining Metonymy in Cognitive Linguistics: Towards a Consensus View …, 2011
642011
Metonymy and Word-Formation: Their Interactions and Complementation
M Brdar
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017
572017
Where does metonymy begin? Some comments on Janda (2011)
M Brdar, R Brdar-Szabó
Cognitive Linguistics 25 (2), 313-340, 2014
512014
Metonymies we live without
M Brdar
Metonymy and metaphor in grammar 25, 259, 2009
482009
Metonimies we live without
M Brdar
Klaus Uwe Panther, Linda L. Thornburg y Antonio Barcelona. Metonymy and …, 2009
482009
The (non-) metonymic use of place names in English, German, Hungarian, and Croatian
M Brdar, R Brdar-Szabó
Metonymy and metaphor in grammar, 229-257, 2009
472009
Some reflections on metonymy and word-formation
M Brdar, R Brdar-Szabó
Explorations in English language and linguistics 1 (1), 40-62, 2013
442013
Referential Metonimy across Languages: What can Cognitive Linguistics and Contrastive Linguistics learn from each other?
M Brdar, R Brdar-Szabó
IJES, International Journal of English Studies 3 (2), 85-105, 2003
44*2003
The problem of data in the cognitive linguistic research on metonymy: A cross-linguistic perspective
R Brdar-Szabó, M Brdar
Language Sciences 34 (6), 728-745, 2012
362012
Predicative adjectives and grammatical-relational polysemy: The role of metonymic processes in motivating cross-linguistic differences
R Brdar-Szabó, M Brdar
Studies in linguistic motivation, 321-355, 2004
352004
“Mummy, I love you like a thousand ladybirds”: Reflections on the emergence of hyperbolic effects and the truth of hyperboles
R Brdar-Szabó, M Brdar
Tropical Truth (s): The Epistemology of Metaphor and Other Tropes, 383, 2010
342010
The MANNER FOR ACTIVITY metonymy across domains and languages
R Brdar-Szabó, M Brdar
Jezikoslovlje, 43, 2003
342003
METONYMIC CHAINS AND SYNONYMY1
M Brdar
Fluminensia 27 (2), 83-101, 2015
242015
Cognitive Linguistics
M Brdar, M Žic Fuchs, ST Gries
Cognitive Linguistics, 1-370, 2011
232011
Translating (by means of) metonymy
M Brdar, R Brdar-Szabó
Cognitive linguistics and translation: Advances in some theoretical models …, 2013
222013
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