Some articles on field, fields, subject field, subject, subject fields:
... A sub-field dictionary is a specialized dictionary that has been designed and compiled to cover the terms of one (or possibly more) sub-fields of a particular subject field ... It is therefore a sub-division of the class of dictionary called a single-field dictionary ... Sub-field dictionaries should be contrasted with multi-field dictionaries and single-field dictionaries ...
... lexicography deals with several important aspects within the general field of lexicography ... making bilingual dictionaries within a culture-dependent subject field involves aspects such as the user's linguistic competence in both languages as well as the user's extra-li ... First, the multi-field dictionary, which covers several subject-fields secondly, the single-field dictionary, which covers one subject-field and thirdly ...
... A single-field dictionary is a specialized dictionary that has been designed and compiled to cover the terms of one particular subject field ... Single-field dictionaries should be contrasted with multi-field dictionaries and sub-field dictionaries ... First of all a single-field dictionary is an example of a very specialized dictionary in that it covers only one single subject field ...
... dictionary) is a lexicon that focuses upon a specific subject field ... A multi-field dictionary broadly covers several subject fields (e.g ... a business dictionary), a single-field dictionary narrowly covers one particular subject field (e.g ...
Famous quotes containing the words field and/or subject:
“The head must bow, and the back will have to bend,
Wherever the darkey may go;
A few more days, and the trouble all will end,
In the field where the sugar-canes grow.
A few more days for to tote the weary load,
No matter, t will never be light;
A few more days till we totter on the road:
Then my old Kentucky home, good-night!”
—Stephen Collins Foster (18261884)
“People love pretty much the same things best. A writer looking for subject inquires not after what he loves best, but after what he alone loves at all.”
—Annie Dillard (b. 1945)