korpus

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Crimean Tatar[edit]

Noun[edit]

korpus

  1. corps
  2. corpus

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Czech[edit]

Noun[edit]

korpus m

  1. (linguistics) corpus

Polish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin corpus.

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Noun[edit]

korpus m

  1. (military) corps
  2. body (largest or most important part of anything, e.g. car bodywork)
  3. (linguistics) corpus (collection of writings)

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Serbo-Croatian[edit]

Noun[edit]

kòrpus m (Cyrillic spelling ко̀рпус)

  1. body (of a man, animal)
  2. (military) corps
  3. (linguistics) corpus

Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin corpus (body), used in Swedish since 1638 (in the now-obsolete sense book, volume, compendium).

Noun[edit]

korpus c

  1. body, mass, volume
    snart blef direktören, som, till följd af sin väldiga korpus, föga tålde vid någon ansträngning, trött och slumrade in
    soon the manager, who, because of his enormous body, couldn't stand any effort, became tired and fell asleep
    isynnerhet förser man de korta orden — för att ge dem liksom mera korpus — med d; gådt, fådt, sedt, o. s. v.
    in particular the short words — in order to give them more volume — are written with d; gådt, fådt, sedt, and so on
  2. a main part, a central part
  3. (typography) long primer, corpus, a 10pt font pitch for body text, larger than petit (8pt), smaller than Cicero (12pt)
  4. (linguistics) a corpus; a large database of text

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