emphasizer

emphasizer

[′em·fə‚sīz·ər]
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For illustration, as pointed out by Wagner-Nagy (2016: 3206), in Nenets, there are two minor exceptions from the total absence of prefixation: the emphasizer prefix wu- and the interrogative prefix xa- attach to the negative auxiliary [niis.
In (2), the rendering is a derivational adjective (sgambate1) accompanied by an emphasizer (the adjective bello), typically used in informal spoken Italian.
With the help of a consultant, we identified the personality type of each team member: controller, performer, analyst or emphasizer.
Aitchison does tentatively suggest that the 'double negative', once a conventional emphasizer in earlier English, was purged by the efforts of one particularly influential grammarian (6); however, some recent research has suggested that many double negative constructions had already disappeared from the written educated language before prescriptivists had drawn attention to them.
This sort of negation, Hamblin tells us, can be expressed with "the use of emphasizer words" as in
Typically, if an emphasizer accompanies a negative verb form, the achieved effect is different from what it would be like otherwise.
Such a position of an adverb reveals the speaker's intention to give emphasis and call attention to the opposite of what's being said, and earns the adverb a tag of an emphasizer.
Also, they lose in pragmatic significance as they tend to have a subsidiary role in a syntactic unit, adding a stance or functioning as an emphasizer.
001) MORE FIXED LESS FIXED # % # % EMPHASIZER 18 81.
Inherent emphasizers correspond to our situation of adjectives used in an indirect connection with a directive containing the element 'event'.
This article emphasizers the need for support during both retrieval and customization of analogical specifications.