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SOURCE:    Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2018. № 9. Part 2. P. 357-360.
SCIENTIFIC AREA:    Philological Sciences
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Kosova Ol'ga Aleksandrovna, Aleksandrova Larisa Gennad'evna
School of Education of the Far Eastern Federal University

Submitted: 27.06.2018
Abstract. The article is devoted to the consideration of one of the productive and active derivational models typical of different languages - contamination. The paper attempts to systematize and analyze scientific literature on the topic of the research by the material of the Russian, German and English languages in order to identify common and distinctive features inherent in the representation of the phenomenon under consideration in these languages. As a result of the analysis of factual material examples, the authors come to the conclusion that contamination is inherent in three languages - English, German and Russian. The common type of contamination for these languages is an assimilating-borrowing one.
Key words and phrases: контаминация, контаминант, словообразовательное значение, словообразовательная семантика, эмпирическая продуктивность, contamination, contaminant, derivational meaning, derivational semantics, empirical productivity
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