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    apud

    Dear Forum Users,

    I am reading an academic article where I found:

    (e.g. Grice, 1989 apud Gibbs, 1999)

    Could anyone please explain what 'apud' means here?

    Thank you.

    Csika

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    Re: apud

    Effectively, 'in'. The Latin apud is usually translated 'in the house of', but like the Frech chez it can be used much more widely. There's a book edited by Gibbs, and the quotation comes from a piece (article, academic paper, letter..) included in that book.

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