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inclusive sem condicionamento fonológico

English translation: even in the absence of phonological conditioning


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Portuguese term or phrase:inclusive sem condicionamento fonológico
English translation:even in the absence of phonological conditioning
Entered by: Claudio Mazotti
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17:56 Aug 8, 2006
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Portuguese term or phrase: inclusive sem condicionamento fonológico
O motivo concreto pelo qual o prefixo aparece em poucos verbos, inclusive sem condicionamento fonológico, permanece obscuro, embora ocorrências análogas em línguas aparentadas possam sinalizar que o prefixo seja uma forma fossilizada de uma antiga marca de transitividade verbal.
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even in the absence of phonologic conditioning
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3 +2even in the absence of phonologic conditioning
Claudio Mazotti



54 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 3/5Answerer confidence 3/5 peer agreement (net): +2
even in the absence of phonologic conditioning


Claudio Mazotti
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agree  Muriel Vasconcellos: Yes! (though "phonological" is more common)
1 hr
  -> tks, Muriel. That was my doubt., I always have lots of trouble witth ic and ical endings...

agree  vanesa medina: I also prefer "phonological"
1 hr
  -> tks a lot!!!
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