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From Idiom Variants to Open-Slot Idioms: Close-Ended and Open-Ended Variational Paradigms

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There is a cline between idiom variants and open-slot idioms in English: from blow a fuse/gasket in which the nominal constituent admits only a single substitution to wear your heart on your sleeve in which the noun group your heart is actually instantiated by a plethora of other nouns or noun groups making of this multi-word unit an open-slot idiom with an open-ended variational paradigm. Variation is regularly signalled in general dictionaries and in dictionaries of idioms by means of different typographical marks such as oblique strokes or commas or by including a note in the body of the article. On the contrary, not all lexicographers indicate the information concerning an open paradigm of variant forms in the entry or the body of the article of open-slot idioms whose phraseographic status is hard to delimit or grasp.
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Ramon Marti Solano. From Idiom Variants to Open-Slot Idioms: Close-Ended and Open-Ended Variational Paradigms. Research on Phraseology across Continents, Vol. II, University of Bialystok Publishing House, pp.167-180, 2013. ⟨hal-00933011⟩
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