PUT something IN the PLACE of.
PUTDISPLACE IN ORDER TO CAUSE TO BE-IN a PLACE. -> DISPLACECAUSE to MOVE. -> MOVECHANGE PLACE OR SITUATION. -> CHANGEEVENT involving two MOMENTS t1 and t2, such that a THING at the MOMENT t1 is DIFFERENT FROM that THING at the MOMENT t2. -> EVENTREALITY that ARISES in TIME. -> REALITYEXIST and NOT ONLY BE IMAGINED. -> EXISTBE-IN the UNIVERSE of SPACE AND TIME. -> BE INRELATION between a THING AND what that THING FILLS OR PART:partially FILLS. -> RELATIONFEATURE of TWO OR MORE THINGS TOGETHER. -> FEATUREABSTRACT OBJECT a THING is SAID to BE OR to HAVE. -> OBJECT[NO HYPERNYM.] WHAT one CAN NAME:refer to. -> PRIME -> N/A
Old Chinese Criteria
1. The current general word for replacing one thing with another is yì 易, "to exchange", which is also often used to refer to replacing one thing with another 以羊易之 "replace it with a sheep".dài 代.
2. Gēng 更 refers to replacing something and changing it into something new.
3. Dài 代 can refer to any deliberate or non-deliberate replacement of one thing by another, but the replacement tends to be conceived of as reversible.
Modern Chinese Criteria
rough draft to BEGIN TO identify synonym group members for analysis, based on CL etc. 18.11.2003. CH ／
Attributions by syntactic funtion
Attributions by text
- 莊子 : 6
- 春秋穀梁傳 : 4
- 孟子 : 3
- 晏子春秋 : 2
- 禮記 : 2
- 賢愚經 : 2
- 阮籍集四卷 : 1
- 楚辭 : 1
- 鹽鐵論 : 1
- 管子 : 1
- 百喻經 : 1
- 毛詩 : 1
- 戰國策 : 1
代 dài OC: lɯɯɡs MC: dəi 12 Attributions
Dài 代 can refer to any deliberate or non-deliberate replacement of one thing by another, but the replacement tends to be conceived of as reversible.
- vt(oN)replace the determinate person
- vtoN.adVtaking (someone else's) place
- vtoNreplace (someone or something); replace someone in (a place); refill (a place)
- vtoNcausativecause (someone) to be replaced
- vtoNoneselftake someone else's place 四時相代
- vtoNpassivebe replaced
- vtoNreflexive.自replace (oneself); have (oneself) replaced
- vttoN1:postvtoN2replace (something N1) by (something else N2)
易 yì OC: leɡ MC: jiɛk 6 Attributions
The current general word for replacing one thing with another is yì 易, "to exchange", which is also often used to refer to replacing one thing with another 以羊易之 "replace it with a sheep".dài 代.
- vi2replace one another
- vttoN1:postvtoN2以Ａ易Ｂ: replace B with A; take A and put it instead of B (with 2 objects)
更 gēng OC: kraaŋ MC: kɣaŋ 5 Attributions
Gēng 更 refers to replacing something and changing it into something new.
- vadVby way of replacement, instead
- vtoNreplace and change into something new
- vttoN1.+vtoN2replace N1 with N2
替 tì OC: thiids MC: thei 1 Attribution
- vtoNHan and mostly post-Han (SONG): replace (mostly in connection with people)
- vtoNreflexive.自have (oneself) replaced??
- vtoNpassivebe replaced
代序 dài xù OC: lɯɯɡs ljaʔ MC: dəi zi̯ɤ 1 Attribution
- VPireplace one another
代處 dài chù OC: lɯɯɡs qhljas MC: dəi tɕhi̯ɤ 1 Attribution
攝 shè OC: qhljeb MC: ɕiɛp 0 Attributions
- vt(oN.)adVreplacing> in place of the contextually determinate N
- vtoNact as a replacement for
為 wèi OC: ɢʷals MC: ɦiɛ 0 Attributions
- vtoNfigurativeact as stand-in for
迭 dié OC: liiɡ MC: det 0 Attributions
遞 dì OC: leeʔ MC: dei 0 Attributions
- vadVreplacing each other, in turn
- vtoNto transmit or to replace according to a predefined order
Existing SW for
Here are Syntactic Words already defined in the database: