Results for: Metonymy

In Metaphors Metonymy and Synecdoche

Examples of metonymy?

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In Metaphors Metonymy and Synecdoche

What is a metonymy?

From the Greek word metónymia - "substitution of a name for another name", metonymy denotes a person or an object by using the name of another object which stands to the (MORE)
In Metaphors Metonymy and Synecdoche

Example for metonymy?

From the Greek word metónymia - "substitution of a name for another name", metonymy denotes a person or an object by using the name of another object which stands to the (MORE)
In Metaphors Metonymy and Synecdoche

What is the meaning of metonymy?

Metonymy is when a thing or a concept is called something otherthan its proper name. It's usually called something that isassociated with it.
In Sentence and Word Structure

Metonymy in a sentence?

Here is a sentence that uses the word metonymy. Metonymy is afigure of speech that replaces one word for another.
In Poetry

What is the poems has metonymy?

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In Metaphors Metonymy and Synecdoche

For what is sun a metonymy?

Metonomy is a figure of speech closely related to synecdoche. Itreplaces something with which it is closely associated. Forexample, businesspersons are often referred to as su (MORE)
In Metaphors Metonymy and Synecdoche

What are the types of Metonymy?

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In Books and Literature

What is a metonymy in The Hobbit?

"You've et a village and a half between yer..." (Tolkien, 35). ( village is substituted for villagers)
In Definitions

What is the definition of metonymy?

The definition of a metonymy is a word or phrase that is used to replace another word or phrase that is closely associated with the first word or phrase. An example of this w (MORE)