A Dictionary of European Anglicisms: A Usage Dictionary of by Manfred Görlach

By Manfred Görlach

The 1st dictionary of its style to supply an exhaustive comparative remedy of the impact of English on different eu languages. masking 16 chosen languages from varied language households, entries include phrases that are recognizably English in shape and which look in at the least one of many languages confirmed. Entries are constituted of a short definition, by means of a precis paragraph containing a wealth of old and linguistic details. Many entries also are observed by way of a grid summarizing the distribution of the notice throughout Europe.

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En, 19608 (2+5) Du - < anticonceptiepil Nw (o) < p-pille Fr - < la pillule Sp pildora antibaby [antibeibi] F, 19608 (2 fac, obs) < trsl la pildora It - < rsndpillola anticoncezionale Rm (piluld) antibaby F, 19708 (2 coll/euph); (pilula)/anticoncep(ional(a) Rs-

Ge [=E] 19608 (i obs) Nw [antiesteblijment] 19608 (i) Sp [=E] M, pi. 0, 19608 (i tech) It [antmste; blijment] M [U] 19608 (i) Po (o) antifouling* n. 'measures taken against barnacles and other growth below the waterline of a boat' (cf. ^fouling) Ge [=E] N [U] 19608 (i tech, rare) Fr anti- fouling M, 19608 (i tech) Po (o) Cr antifauling F, mid2oc (i tech) antifreeze n. 'a substance added to water to lower its freezing-point' Ge - < Frostschutz Du antiwies [antivri:s] C [U] 19603(3) Nw - < frostvteske Ic - < frostlogur Fr - < trsl antigel Sp - < trsl anticongleante It - < trsl antigelo Rm - < antigel (5Fr) Rs antifnz M [U] mid2oc (3 tech) Cr antifriz M [U] mid2oc (3) Bg antifriz M [U] mid2oc (2 tech) Hu - < rsndfagydsgdtlo Al antifriz M, pi.

Y, beg2oc, 4a,b,+g(3) 3 Po [bar] M, beg2oc, 4a,b(3); barek M, +9(3) —> -owy adj. Cr [ba:r] M, pi. -ovi, beg2oc, 4b,+8,+g(3) —> -ski adj. Bg bar M, pi. -al-ove, mid2oc, 4a,b,(2); via Ge +8(3); < +9: barche —> -ovetsM; -ovskiadj. Fi baari, end2oc (3) Hu [=E] pi. -ok, endigc (3) Al bar M, pi. -e, beg2oc, 4a,b(3) Gr bar/<=E> N, pi. 0/-s, beg2oc, 4a,b,+8,+9(2) barbecue n. ia 'a meal grilled out of doors on a metal appliance', ib 'a party at which such a meal is eaten', 2a 'the metal appliance used for the preparation of a barbecue' Sporadically attested from the eighteenth century onwards, this term became popular after 1945.

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