Thus, it has been claimed that metaphor and metonymy
have not always been given the importance that they have outside stylistics and as processes that are not only figures of speech (Tournier 2010: 217).
81) Although the distinction here is between metonymy
and metaphor, it can be easily redrawn between metonymy
and synecdoche, given Pipers own description of topology's "metaphoricity" as its "claims to represent a whole.
in language and thought, Metonymy
in language and thought, (Vol.
Consideration of metonymy
shows how embedded a figure of speech can become in communication to the point of almost escaping analysis.
Based on the English definition on a metonymy
, Lakoff & Johnson (2003) regarded "cultural and religious symbolism" as "special cases of metonyms".
My aim is, thus, twofold: to shed some light as regards the conceptualization of pain in advertising and to contribute to the study of the relationship between metaphor and metonymy
in this genre.
For example, the sentence He's coughing and he has a temperature (Sketch engine doc#132457) is licensed by the "generic for specific" metonymy
, whereby the generic phrase "having a temperature" stands for a more particular situation, viz.
This process of magnification works alongside metonymy
in that the stretching is made possible by using the upper end of the CONTAINMENT scale with reference to a portion of the scale just below FULLNESS.
Cristina Iglesias: Metonymy
is valuable not only because the work of this artist is not well represented in the United States, but also because its careful design truly gives readers a meaningful way of encountering Iglesias's rather subtle art.
The fundamental tropes, those out of which the others derive, are metaphor, metonymy
A cousin-and occasional doppelganger-of metaphor, metonymy
is a curious creature.
It involves a word gaining further, non-literal meanings, specifically through metaphor and metonymy