Definición de cataphora en inglés:

cataphora

Saltos de línea: cat¦aph|ora
Pronunciación: /kəˈtaf(ə)rə
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun] Grammar
The use of a word or phrase that refers to or stands for a later word or phrase (e.g. the pronoun he in he may be approaching 37, but Jeff has no plans to retire from the sport yet). Compare with anaphora.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The notion of cataphora that I have adopted is a broad one, which encompasses cataphores au sens large.
  • Cataphora is permitted in certain constructions involving subordinate clauses, although it is not in compound or paratactic ones
  • This kind of usage, common in journalism, is perfectly acceptable, despite the fact that inter-sentential cataphora is often ignored by grammarians.

Origen

1970s: from cata- on the pattern of anaphora.

Derivativos

cataphoric

Pronunciación: /katəˈfɒrɪk/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Anaphoric and cataphoric ellipsis are types of textual ellipsis, where the recoverability of the full structure depends on what occurs before or after.
  • The strategy for pronoun resolution thus seems to be the same for anaphoric and for cataphoric pronouns.
  • In drama, such oblique or hidden cataphoric pointers to what is yet to come are usually called dramatic irony.

cataphorically

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In English, interpersonal markers and discourse markers are employed both cataphorically and anaphorically, and more-fuzzy and less fuzzy hedges are generally employed anaphorically only.

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