mean.01: MEAN-V NOTES: Frames file for 'mean' based on survey of initial sentences of big corpus. Split from mean.02 (old mean.01) which wasunable to capture conveyance of meaning. Member of VN classrepresentation-110. (from mean.01-v predicate notes) MEANING-N NOTES: Roleset based on verb entry mean.02. (from meaning.01-n)
Arg1-MNR: element containing meaning
Arg3-GOL: perceiver, beneficiary
Example: mean-v: resulted in
Huge gains by her students in 1987 and 1988 meant a total of $5000 in bonuses over two years.
Arg1: Huge gains by her students in 1987 and 1988
Arg2: a total of $5000 in bonuses over two years.
Example: mean-v: this means that
The leeway that Sea Containers has means that Temple would have to substantially increase their bid.
Arg1: The leeway that Sea Containers has
Arg2: that Temple would have to substantially increase their bid.
Example: mean-v: with ARG2
What-1 a Lien victory means *T*-1 for the New Party.
Arg1: a Lien victory
Arg3: for the New Party
Example: meaning-n: resulted in
The name Melchizedek , king of Salem , also has a meaning "King of Righteousness".
Arg1: The name Melchizedek , king of Salem ,
Arg2: "King of Righteousness"
I don't mean anything by that.
Arg1: by that
Example: mean-v: volitional and intentional = agent