lex"i*cal*ize(lks"*kl*z), v. t. 1. To make into a word, coin into a word; as, The concept expressed by German "Gemuetlichkeit" is not lexicalized in English.
2. To increase the importance of, or emphasis on, words as opposed to other parts of a theory or program; -- said of grammatical theories and computer programs, especially programs for understanding language; as,
lexicalized tree-adjoining grammar.
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