TAKE something so as to MOVE it to the PLACE where the SPEAKER IS-IN.
Old Chinese Criteria
1. The current word for bringing something along with one is lái 來 and this focusses on the presence of the bearer.
2. Zhì 致 is to convey or bring something to any place.
Modern Chinese Criteria
捎 can mean both "to take" and "to bring".
rough draft to BEGIN TO identify synonym group members for analysis, based on CL etc. 18.11.2003. CH ／
Attributions by syntactic funtion
vttoN1(. prep N2): 1
Attributions by text
- 戰國策 : 2
- 史記 : 2
- 說苑 : 1
- 賢愚經 : 1
- 百喻經 : 1
- 臨濟錄 : 1
致 zhì OC: k-liɡs MC: ʈi 5 Attributions
Zhì 致 is to convey or bring something to any place.
- vtoNbring along, bring
- vttoN1.+N2cause to arrive> bring/transport N1 to N2
- vttoN1(. prep N2)supply or bring along N1 for the contextually determinate N2
來 lái OC: m-rɯɯ MC: ləi 1 Attribution
The current word for bringing something along with one is lái 來 and this focusses on the presence of the bearer.
- vtoNcausativecause to come> bring and submit (typically to one's leader)
持來 chí lái OC: ɡrlɯ m-rɯɯ MC: ɖɨ ləi 1 Attribution
- VPiactbring along
提來 tí lái OC: ɡ-lee m-rɯɯ MC: dei ləi 1 Attribution
- VPt(oN)carry the contextually determinate thing along, bring along; take along
Existing SW for
Here are Syntactic Words already defined in the database: