Definición de anaphor en inglés:

anaphor

Saltos de línea: ana|phor
Pronunciación: /ˈanəfɔː
 
, ˈanəfə
 
/

sustantivo

Grammar
A word or phrase that refers back to an earlier word or phrase (e.g. in my cousin said she was coming, she is used as an anaphor for my cousin).
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In the latter case, a referential anaphor refers to what its antecedent refers to; the anaphor is thus said to be coreferential with its antecedent.
  • The latter case, where an anaphor refers to the set-theoretical difference of restrictor and scope, has been studied by both psycholinguists and formal semanticists.
  • The domain from which potential antecedents for both individual and discourse-deictic anaphors can be elicited is defined in terms of dialogue acts.

Origen

1970s: back-formation from anaphora.

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