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Data Category: idiom
PIDhttp://www.isocat.org/datcat/DC-351
Typesimple
OwnerWright, Sue Ellen
Scopepublic
1. Administration Information Section
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1.1. Administration Record
Identifier
idiom
Version
1:0
Registration Status
private
Administration Status
private
Justification
Possible value for /term type/
Origin
ISO 12620
Effective Date
2009-11-22
1.1.1 Creation
Creation Date
2004-07-09
Change Description
12620-2:2003; 12620-3:2003
1.1.2 Last Change
Last Change Date
2009-11-22
Change Description
Readded justification; fixed spelling error in a name.
2. Description Section
Profile
Terminology
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2.1 English Language Section
LanguageEnglish (en)
2.1.1 Name Section
Name
idiom
Name Status
preferred name
2.1.2 Definition Section
Definition
A group of words in a fixed order that have a particular meaning that is different from the meanings of each word understood on its own.
Source
ISO12620:1999
2.1.3 Example Section
Example
"to cut corners", meaning to rush a job without taking care to do it well, derived from the notion of cutting across someone's property at a corner instead of staying on the proper and legal sidewalk or street
Source
SEW
2.1.4 Explanation Section
Explanation
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