(EN) – DANTE – Database of Analysed Texts of English | From Words to Deeds: translation and the law


DANTE stands for Database of Analysed Texts of English. “Its lexical entriesoffer a thorough, systematic, and fine-grained description of the core vocabulary of English, derived entirely from corpus data. DANTE is the product of a three-year lexicographic project, in which the core vocabulary of English was analysed from scratch, using a custom-built corpus of 1.7 billion words. It is a unique resource, providing a systematic description of the meanings, grammatical and collocational behaviour, and text-type characteristics of English words.”

via: From Words to Deeds: translation & the law


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