- semiotic (adj.)
- 1620s, "of symptoms, relating to signs of diseases," from Greek semeiotikos "significant," also "observant of signs," adjective form of semeiosis "indication," from semeioun "to signal, to interpret a sign," from semeion "a sign, mark, token," from sema "sign" (see semantic). Its use in psychology dates to 1923. Related: Semiotical (1580s).
- 1. The desiring rhetoric of advertising expresses the semiotic mechanism of advertising language.
- 2. American philosopher Charles · S · Peirce fully advances the semiotic concepts and categories.
- 3. Patient lung shadow and semiotic body are asked for but abhorrent.
- 4. In this paper, a semiotic explanation is offered around translatability issue.
- 在这篇文章中, 对于可译性问题,作者给出了一种符号学的解释.
- 5. How to diagnose short of blood without semiotic sex muscle?
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