• WordNet 3.6
    • n Interlingua an artificial language proposed for use as an auxiliary international language; based on words common to English and the Romance languages
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In literature:

I gave them English, Russian, and Standard Interlingua.
"Greylorn" by John Keith Laumer

In science:

Some of the international projects of lexical databases are based on a multi-bilingual approach (e.g. Multilex) wh i le o the r s u se know ledge rep re sen ta t ion a s an interlingua (e.g.
Interlingual Lexical Organisation for Multilingual Lexical Databases in NADIA
The semantic representation aimed at in IAMTC will be a full- fledged interlingua and thus far more complex than the predicate-argument structure in FuSe.
Building a resource for studying translation shifts
The predicate-argument structure is the basis of the alignment, but it is not an interlingua.
Building a resource for studying translation shifts
Tests with other corpora (DUC evaluation campaigns, TAC, INEX, etc.) in mono-and multi-document guided by a sub ject, and π languages (Nahuatl, Maya, Somali, Interlingua, etc.) using content evaluation with or without reference summaries still in progress.
Beyond Stemming and Lemmatization: Ultra-stemming to Improve Automatic Text Summarization
Wilkins hoped that propositions, in his interlingua, would be \philosophically unfolded" and that pompous-sounding expressions should be summarily debunked; like Bacon before him and Ogden after him, he hankered after clear expression through the medium of a transparent language.
Structural Tags, Annealing and Automatic Word Classification