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Business - Sellersburg: Business & Economics: Business Lexicon

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  What is a Lexicon?


1. a wordbook or dictionary, especially of Greek, Latin, or hebrew.
2. the vocabulary of a particular language, field, social class, person, etc.
3. inventory or record: unparalleled in the lexicon of human relations.
4. Linguistics .
a. the total inventory of morphemes in a given language.
b. the inventory of base morphemes plus their combinations with derivational morphemes.

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Washington Post Business Glossary

This glossary contains more than 1,250 business terms, organized and cross-referenced for your convenience. You can search the glossary for a particular word or search the full text of the glossary to find every reference to a word or phrase. Or, if you're a bit old-fashioned, you can browse the glossary at your leisure using the index. (The Business Glossary)

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The Penguin Dictionary of Economics

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