noun, (used with a singular verb) Linguistics.
a theory of generative grammar holding that the deep structure of a sentence is equivalent to its semantic representation, from which the surface structure can then be derived using only one set of rules that relate underlying meaning and surface form rather than separate sets of semantic and syntactic rules.
(functioning as sing) a school of semantic theory based on the doctrine that syntactic and semantic structure are of the same formal nature and that there is a single system of rules that relates surface structure to meaning Compare interpretive semantics
noun a concern for others developed during middle age, esp.a need to nurture and guide younger people and contribute to the next generation
[jen-uh-rey-tuh-vist, -er-uh-tuh-] /ˈdʒɛn əˌreɪ tə vɪst, -ər ə tə-/ noun 1. a person who follows or promotes the theories of .
[jen-uh-rey-triks] /ˌdʒɛn əˈreɪ trɪks/ noun, plural generatrices [jen-uh-rey-truh-seez, jen-er-uh-trahy-seez] /ˌdʒɛn əˈreɪ trəˌsiz, ˌdʒɛn ər əˈtraɪ siz/ (Show IPA). Mathematics. 1. (def 4b). /ˈdʒɛnəˌreɪtrɪks/ noun (pl) generatrices (ˈdʒɛnəˌreɪtrɪˌsiːz) 1. a point, line, or plane that is moved in a specific way to produce a geometric figure generatrix (jěn’ə-rā’trĭks) Plural generatrices (jěn’ə-ə-rā’trĭ-sēz’, -ər-ə-trī’sēz) A geometric element that […]
[jen-uh-rey-ter] /ˈdʒɛn əˌreɪ tər/ noun 1. a machine that converts one form of energy into another, especially mechanical energy into electrical energy, as a dynamo, or electrical energy into sound, as an acoustic generator. 2. a person or thing that generates. 3. Chemistry. an apparatus for producing a gas or vapor. 4. Mathematics. 5. Computers. […]