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Complex adpositions in Europe and beyond: A synthesis

Abstract : In the chapters of this volume, the authors describe the paradigms of complex nominal relators (CRs for short) in various languages of Europe, both Indo-European (Romance, Germanic, Slavic, Celtic, Greek and Albanian) and non-Indo-European (Estonian and Permic (Finno-Ugric), Basque (isolate), Turkish and Maltese (Afro-Asiatic)). In this final chapter, we propose to go beyond individual descriptions, and discuss the results presented in all chapters from a wider typological perspective.
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Benjamin Fagard, Elena Smirnova, Dejan Stosic, José Pinto de Lima. Complex adpositions in Europe and beyond: A synthesis. Benjamin Fagard, José Pinto de Lima, Dejan Stosic, Elena Smirnova. Complex Adpositions in European Languages : A Micro-Typological Approach to Complex Nominal Relators, De Gruyter Mouton, pp.473-496, 2020, 978-3-11-068664-7. ⟨10.1515/9783110686647-013⟩. ⟨halshs-03087874⟩

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