cooccur with


Also found in: Dictionary.
  • verb

Synonyms for cooccur with

References in periodicals archive ?
The Japanese verb oboeru 'to learn/memorize' is similar to Korean oyta from the point of view of its inherent semantics and its ability to cooccur with V-te shimau.
However, Strauss (1994, 1996, 2002) has shown that these constructions also cooccur with expressions of positive evaluations.
Since nee means `volition', while kanniet expresses `possibility' and magniet `permission', it is impossible for nee to cooccur with the positive alternatives kan or mag.
Li's analysis, in both (16a) and (16b) the embedded clauses will be defined as finite clauses because the matrix verbs are tell-type verbs, which subcategorize for a finite clause, and the embedded clauses have overt subjects, which can only occur in finite clauses, so guo should not cooccur with congqian across a finite-clause boundary.
Event verbs such as verkorken and besteigen cannot cooccur with durative adverbials, and their intervals cannot be divided into smaller subintervals in which the process or the action denoted by them holds.
However, as the -ung nominal Erblindung cannot cooccur with durative adverbials or adjectives, the interval cannot be divided into subintervals in which the subprocess [g.
For instance, the example in (2) contains an adverbial that describes hastiness but it can cooccur with haya-aruki o without arousing a sense of wordiness or redundancy.
What is strange about this argument, however, is that if there is no selectional restriction on the agent, it means that any NP can freely cooccur with the mimetic, and hence the second interpretation in (7) should be allowed.
The lexical semantics of the transitive verbs that cooccur with O1 and O2 correlates with the presupposed/nonpresupposed status of the object.
The semantic difference between the verbs that cooccur with O1 and the verbs that cooccur with O2 is confirmed by the fact that the meaning of some of them depends on the type of object they are combined with.
It is clear that only highly grammaticalized subjunctions regularly cooccur with a subjunctive.
This accounts for the fact that initial nonfinite verbs are not possible in negative sentences and that they do not cooccur with fronted phrases.
Thus the Spanish facts closely mirror the English facts reflected in (10a) and (10b): the two optional markers of telicity (up/se) can only cooccur with a specified cardinality object.
So, there are months in which typical conserved constructions from Figure 1 and the first column in Table 20 cooccur with analytic constructions from Figure 2 and the second column.
According to the distributional bias hypothesis (Andersen 1989, 1993; Andersen and Shirai 1994; Shirai and Andersen 1995) perfective and imperfective markers tend to cooccur with verbs whose inherent semantics are congruent with the meaning of the grammatical aspect: since leew is hypothesized to mark neither perfective nor imperfective, it would not show a clear tendency to occur with any particular verb type.