способы словообразования в современном английском языке
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1. WORD-BUILDING IN MODERN ENGLISH
1.4 Less productive types of word-building
CHAPTER 2. MODERN ENGLISH WORD-BUILDING IN MASS MEDIA
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Показать всеR.S.et al. A course in modern English lexicology, Moscow, 1966
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4. re-included – part.II, affixation re+PartII
A new Argos catalogue, with 18,500 products, is published tomorrow with prices of re-included products down an average of 4%.
5. superfuture – adj., affixation super + N
6. well-worth-it – adj., compound lexicalized phrase
He's the manager of gallery and creative hub Café Pause, and the author of the smashing superfuture pdf guide to Tokyo (which cost a well-worth-it $20).
7. this-morning-I-had-breakfast – n., compound lexicalized phrase
After hours of blogroll surfing and technorati bashing, dodging weirdo anime and hundreds of puzzlingly inane this-morning-I-had-breakfast blogs as I went, I think (and
Показать все hope) we've come up with some winners.
8. critic-artists – n., juxtaposition compound Nconv+N
I've spent 10 years working as both critic and theatre practitioner. In that time, it's been suggested to me that the two roles are incompatible, contradictory even, and that I (alongside a small handful of other critic-artists) am parti pris, my neutrality compromised.
9. never-sold – adj., juxtaposition compound Adv+PartII
The problem with the first is that each car-boot pirate DVD (which I deplore: seriously, don't encourage those people) does not equate to a "lost" DVD sale. It's a never-sold DVD.
GUARDIAN 22 Feb 2008
10. freediving – juxtaposition compound Adj + N
11. mouth-fill – n., juxtaposition compound N+V
It's not just a matter of sinking either. Freediving is a highly technical discipline. "There are various phases to a dive," Campbell explains. "For the first ten metres, you're kicking down. Then I think about my mouth-fill, which is how you equalise the pressure, by opening and closing your oesophagus.
12. widening-access – adj., juxtaposition derivative compound Partder + N
Far from there being "a stagnation in the number of pupils from low-income homes applying", the proportion of applicants from lower socioeconomic groups is increasing, and in the latest figures the positive trend continues. Is it enough? No, which is why the government so strongly supports the widening-access agenda. http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2008/feb/22/education.highereducation
13. alpha-plus-male – adj., compound lexicalized phrase
U2 celebrate their alpha-plus-male status with the traditional belligerent euphoria in this 3 D concert movie.
14. son-of-an-immigrant – n., compound lexicalized phrase
Obama's son-of-an-immigrant story and tale of getting through education with the help of a scholarship resonate with Latinos.
15. retro-rumor – n., affixation retro+N
This is actually a retro-rumor invented this morning ; a retro-rumor is a synthetic, anachronistic theory that, while untrue, sounds true to the type of person who could be persuaded that a new record called : Buona Serra, Meinen Herren : Andrea Bocelli Sings Kraftwerk had just arrived in stores.
16. light-stepping – adj., juxtaposition compound Adj+N
17. bass-walk – n., juxtaposition compound N+N
18. hi-de-ho – adj., sound imitation
Teal's powerful jazz credentials are more to the fore on this album, however, notably in her light-stepping swing over a fast bass-walk on Cheek to Cheek, the Ella Fitzgerald scat-jam at the end, and the Cab Calloway hi-de-ho references in the finale of Moondance.
GUARDIAN 30 Mar 2008
19. car-music – n., juxtaposition compound N+N
You wait years for a car-music spectacular and then two come along at once, rather like the Number 9 bus. No one has yet turned that into a timpani, but it can only be a matter of time.
20. dance-brat – n., juxtaposition compound N + N
21. lowest-slung – adj., juxtaposition compound Adj + PartII
The picture's stars are 21 year-old Hollywood dance-brat Briana Evigan, who unleashes Sims's moves in the lowest-slung pants you've ever seen, and former New Adventures principal Will Kemp, who does a hilarious turn as a ballet-school headmaster with a poster of himself as Matthew Bourne's Swan in his office.
GUARDIAN 30 Apr 2008
22. book-influenced – PartII., juxtaposition derivative compound N + PartIIder
Featuring books and book-influenced works by contemporary artists from Matisse to Damien Hirst, Blood on Paper: The Art of the Book is a beautiful morgue. http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/booksblog/2008/apr/30/forabooktotouchyouyoune
23. songtronica – n., blending song + electronic+a
The truth: It's not quite in the same league as Vulnerabilia, the astonishing 2002 debut album of wan songtronica by defunct Manchester duo My Computer ... but as digital melancholia goes, it's pretty good.
24. puckhead – n., juxtaposition compound N+N
Hockey is a game that derives its energies from both pluses and negatives, and so too do its fans. This moral duality (I condemn what that bloke just did there can't wait to see what kind of trouble it causes) is something every serious puckhead should wrestle with.
GUARDIAN 29 May 2008
25. re-icing – n., affixation re + N
Flynn proposed re-icing the Arctic using 8,000 giant floating platforms that would draw salty water from the ocean and spray it on to winter ice, dramatically increasing its thickness. It would continue to do this in the summer, which would then melt the ice and send tonnes of salty water plunging into the Gulf Stream.
26. lesbian-shaped – adj., juxtaposition derivative compound N + PartII
Total Global Nightmare Financial Apocalypse. It's all the papers are going on about apart from the Daily Mail, which has had a small lesbian-shaped bee in its bonnet recently about Cynthia Nixon and Jodie Foster respectively. http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2008/may/29/television1
27. fun-filled – PartII, juxtaposition derivative compound N + PartIIder
28. laugh-crazed – PartII, juxtaposition derivative compound N + PartIIder
Lesson two: avoid heavy irony because it always rebounds. If you begin a review by saying "Anyone looking for a riotous, fun-filled, laugh-crazed extravaganza would do well to avoid the new musical version of Proust's A la recherche du temps perdu" is asking for trouble.
GUARDIAN 29 Jun 2008
29. cross-Midlands – n., juxtaposition compound V+N
Even cross-Midlands travel is difficult, making commuting to Birmingham relatively unattractive.
30. nearliness – n., affixation Adv+ness
It was rather a tight fit during Andrew Murray's first match, with Henman, Andrew Castle (who was only nearly a nearly man) and the peerless John McEnroe all squeezed into a room in which there was not enough space to swing a wooden racket. But such was the fanfare surrounding Murray, who shows promise of nearliness, that no doubt only health and safety rules prevented the BBC from cramming in a fourth expert.
31. people-spot – v., juxtaposition compound N+N, verbification
32. Beatles-mad – adj., juxtaposition compound N+Adj
In Liverpool itself, make the pilgrimage to the Cavern Club to drink and people-spot (particularly Beatles-mad American golfers).
33. chobble – v., sound imitation
At the opening hole I take an air shot (that is, miss the ball entirely), chobble one along the path, duff another, play my fourth from next to the women 's tee and tank it so far out of bounds that not even a Lancastrian would bother looking for it.
34. half-haemophiliac – adj., juxtaposition derivative compound N+Adjder
A sickly child, a 'half-haemophiliac', he was diagnosed with a heart defect, suffered frequent infections, and spent much of his childhood in confinement, with no company beyond books, and his own thoughts.
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