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Conceptual metaphor

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In cognitive linguistics, conceptual metaphor refers to the understanding of one conceptual domain in terms of another, for example, understanding time in terms of space (e.g. "time flies"). A conceptual domain can be any coherent organization of experience. - Source: Conceptual metaphor on Wikipedia

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