Roleset id: adopt.01 , take on as one's own, Source: , vncls: , framnet: adopt.01: ADOPT-V NOTES: Member of Vncls appoint-29.1, adopt-93, characterize-29.2. (from adopt.01-v) ADOPTED-J NOTES: Added by Julia based on SHARP. (from adopted.01-j) ADOPTION-N NOTES: Based on ontonouns. Copy of adopt.01-v, to be aliased. (from adoption.01-n)
Arg0-PAG: adopter (vnrole: 29.1-Agent, 93-Agent, 29.2-Agent)
Arg1-PPT: thing adopted (vnrole: 29.1-Theme, 93-Theme, 29.2-Theme)
Arg2-PRD: secondary attibute (vnrole: 29.1-Result, 29.2-Attribute)
Example: adopt-v: nice simple transitive
The company also adopted an anti-takeover plan .
Arg0: The company
Arg1: an anti-takeover plan
Example: adopt-v: secondary attribute
The results underscore Sears's difficulties in implementing the ``everyday low pricing'' strategy that it adopted *trace*-1 in March as part of a broad attempt to revive its retailing business.
Arg1: *trace*-1 (= that)
Argm-slc: that -> the ``everyday low pricing'' strategy
Argm-tmp: in March
Arg2: as part of a broad attempt to revive its retailing business
An American couple is asking the courts to void their adoption of two Russian children.
Arg1: of two Russian children
How do I tell my parents I'm adopted?
Once a new slang word is adopted or invented by young people, there is a greater chance to see it in the newspaper or to hear it over the radio.
Arg1: a new slang word
Arg0: by young people