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    Translating multiword units: Towards a corpus-informed bilingual lexical bundle resource for CAT
    Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] (2015) Invited talk — Department of Translation Studies, Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
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    Empirical Translation Studies in the post-Baker era: A new research agenda
    De Sutter, Gert Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] (2016) EST Congress (European Society for Translation Studies) — Aarhus University
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    Building a lexical bundle resource for CAT and MT
    Grabar, Natalia Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] (2015) MUMTTT workshop (Multi-word Units in Machine Translation and Translation Technology) — University of Málaga
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    Word-formation coverage in electronic bilingual dictionaries: Addressing the challenge with cross-linguistic corpora
    Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] (2011) International Workshop on Word-formation in electronic dictionaries — Institut für deutsche Sprache (Mannheim)
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    English prefixes in academic prose, fiction and press editorials: a corpus-based study
    Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] (2008) Journée d'études annuelle de l'Association Belge de Linguistique Appliquée (ABLA) — Louvain-la-Neuve
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    Negative prefixes across languages: a corpus-based contrastive study of French, Dutch, English and Swedish
    Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] Rawoens, Gudrun[UCL] (2008) International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English (ICAME) 29 — Ascona
    • Speech
    French evaluative prefixes in translation: From automatic alignment to semantic categorization
    Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] Grabar, Natalia (2013) 'Theoretical and computational morphology: New trends and synergies' workshop, International Congress of Linguists — Université de Genève
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    Negation and Lexical Morphology: a Corpus-based cross-linguistic Study
    Cartoni, Bruno Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] (2010) Sixièmes Journées de Linguistique Suisse — Université de Neuchâtel
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    Empirical methods in contrastive lexical morphology
    Cartoni, Bruno Namer, Fiammetta Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] Lignon, Stéphanie (2012) 7ièmes Journées suisses de Linguistique — Università della Svizzera italiana, Lugano
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    A corpus-based analysis of English and French lexical bundles across genres
    Grabar, Natalia Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] (2015) Words, Words, Words - Lexis, Corpora and Contrastive Analysis workshop, ICAME36 conference — Trier University
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    Expressing stance in parliamentary debates: A French-Spanish corpus-driven study
    De Cock, Barbara[UCL] Lefer, Marie-Aude[USL-B] (2018) Using Corpora in Contrastive and Translation Studies (5th edition) — Louvain-la-Neuve
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    Expressing negation through morphology in learner English: A corpus-based study of transfer
    Gilquin, Gaëtanelle[UCL] Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] (2016) SLE 2016: 49th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea — University of Naples Federico II
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    Improve your writing skills
    De Cock, Sylvie[UCL] Gilquin, Gaëtanelle[UCL] Granger, Sylviane[UCL] Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] Paquot, Magali[UCL] Ricketts, Suzanne (2007) Macmillan English Dictionary for Advanced Learners (second edition) —
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    Contrastive word-formation: a state-of-the-art survey
    Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] (2010) European Society for the Study of English (ESSE) 10 — Torino
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    'Phrasing up' the bilingual dictionary: the case of 'encore'
    Granger, Sylviane[UCL] Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] (2010) BAAHE 2010 annual conference — Institut Libre Marie Haps (Bruxelles)
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    Phraseology in translation: The case of lexical bundles in English and French
    Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] (2014) Invited talk — Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication, Ghent University
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    Genre and domain variation in corpus-based contrastive studies: the case of prefixation in English and French
    Lefer, Marie-Aude[UCL] (2010) Using Corpora in Contrastive and Translation Studies — Edge Hill

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