[ hˈɒlənˌɪmi], [ hˈɒlənˌɪmi], [ h_ˈɒ_l_ə_n_ˌɪ_m_i]
How to use "Holonymy" in context?
The word "holonymy" is derived from the Greek word "holon" meaning "partner" and the Greek word "onym" meaning "name." A holonym is a word that refers to both a specific thing and a connected thing. For example, the word "table" can refer to a flat slab of wood or an entire set of furniture. Similarly, "city" can refer to both the physical space and the population living there. A holonym can also be a word that refers to a single substance that is composed of different elements.
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