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?
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.