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inter alia

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inter alia (not comparable)

  1. among other things
    • 1988, Andrew Radford, Transformational grammar: a first course, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, page 125:
      For present purposes, we might imagine that
      our Lexicon contains (inter alia) the following entries:
      (34)     boy: N, ...
                 girl: N, ...
                 incredibly: ADV, ...
                 must: M, ...
                 seem: V, ...
                 stupid: A, ...
                 that: D, ...
                 this: D, ...
                 to: P, ...
      (where ... represents other syntactic, semantic, morphological, and phono-
      logical information which the relevant dictionary entry contains).

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