anacolutha


anacolutha
(n) анаколуфы

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  • anacolutha — n. construction that involves a break in grammatical sequence …   English contemporary dictionary

  • anacoluthon — noun (plural anacolutha; also thons) Etymology: Late Latin, from Late Greek anakolouthon inconsistency in logic, from Greek, neuter of anakolouthos inconsistent, from an + akolouthos following, from ha , a together + keleuthos path …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Anacoluthon — An anacoluthon is a rhetorical device that can be loosely defined as a change of syntax within a sentence. More specifically, anacoluthons (or anacolutha ) are created when a sentence abruptly changes from one structure to another. Grammatically …   Wikipedia

  • anacoluthon — /an euh keuh looh thon/, n., pl. anacolutha / theuh/. Rhet. 1. a construction involving a break in grammatical sequence, as It makes me so I just get angry. 2. an instance of anacoluthia. [1700 10; < Gk anakólouthon, neut. of anakólouthos not… …   Universalium

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  • anacoluthon — [ˌanəkə lu:θɒn, θ(ə)n] noun (plural anacolutha θə) a construction in which the expected grammatical sequence is absent, for example while in the garden, the door banged shut. Derivatives anacoluthic adjective Origin C18: via late L. from Gk… …   English new terms dictionary

  • anacoluthon — /ænəkəˈluθən/ (say anuhkuh loohthuhn) noun (plural anacolutha /ænəkəˈluθə/ (say anuhkuh loohthuh)) a construction involving a break in grammatical sequence; a case of anacoluthia. {Latin, from Greek anakolouthon (neuter adjective) inconsequent} …   Australian English dictionary

  • anacoluthon — [an΄ə kə lo͞o′thän΄] n. pl. anacolutha [an΄ə kə lo͞o′thə] or anacoluthons [LGr anakolouthon < Gr, neut. of anakolouthos, inconsequent < an , not + akolouthos, following: see ACOLYTE] 1. a change from one grammatical construction to another… …   English World dictionary