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Denotation or denotative meaning is the relationship between a linguistic sign and its direct content, often considered the primary meaning of the sign. Denotation is considered to be of a referential nature. It is contrasted with connotation.
- Chalker, Sylvia & Edmund Weiner (1994). The Oxford Dictionary of English Grammar. Oxford: Oxford University Press and BCA.
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