What Is 'Synecdoche'? What is 'Metonymy'? | Merriam-Webster

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The terms metonymy and synecdoche refer to two similar figures of speech used
as ... A classic example of synecdoche is the use of the term hands to mean ...

Synecdoche vs. Metonymy: Definitions & Examples - Video ...

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Apr 8, 2013 ... Would you lend your ears for a moment (or at least your eyeballs)? This lesson
will explain what synecdoche and metonymy mean and how to ...

Metonymy - Examples and Definition of Metonymy

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Definition, Usage and a list of Metonymy Examples in common speech and ...
Metonymy is often confused with another figure of speech called “synecdoche.

Examples of Synecdoche

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It's easy to confuse synecdoche and metonymy because they both use a word ...
If someone says "the restaurant" was lovely, they either mean the wait staff, the ...

Synecdoche - Wikipedia

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A synecdoche is a figure of speech in which a term for a part of something ...
More rigorously, metonymy and synecdoche can be considered subspecies of
metaphor, intending metaphor as a type of conceptual ...

Synecdoche Examples and Definition - Literary Devices

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The definition of synecdoche requires the substituted term to be either a part of
the whole or a whole standing in for a part. Metonymy, on the other hand, can ...

World Wide Words: Synecdoche and metonymy

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Sep 30, 2000 ... Q From Phil Murphy: Can you tell me whether the words synecdoche and
metonymy mean the same thing? A Both are figures of speech used ...

Metonymy - Wikipedia

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Metonymy is a figure of speech in which a thing or concept is referred to ...
Sometimes an absolute distinction is made between a metonymy and a
synecdoche, treating metonymy as different from, rather ...

What is the difference between metonymy and synecdoche?

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With, “synecdoche,” a part is used to represent the whole or vice versa. Examples
commonly cited are the use of “hand” to mean a sailor and ...

Synecdoche VS Metonymy - YouTube

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Apr 24, 2012 ... INA445 DESIGN STUDIO: TERM2, 20 April 2012 Poetic Engine: what is
Synecdoche VS Metonymy Presented by Bright, Prim, Pang ...

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