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Phraseological variation and its implications for translation: the role of ‘effect’ nouns in light verb and anaphoric constructions in French and English scientific discourse

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Christopher Gledhill. Phraseological variation and its implications for translation: the role of ‘effect’ nouns in light verb and anaphoric constructions in French and English scientific discourse. Translation as innovation. Bridging the Sciences and the Humanities, Dalkey Archive Press, pp.65-95, 2016. ⟨hal-01220764⟩
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