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rolesets per lemma
SELECT lemma,COUNT(*) AS c FROM pbrolesets LEFT JOIN pbwords USING (pbwordid) GROUP BY pbwordid HAVING c > 1 ORDER BY c DESC LIMIT 20
lemmac
go18
take9
blow8
come8
pass8
run8
make7
call6
charge6
frame6
get6
have6
make up6
strike6
break5
back up5
fold5
hold5
jump5
keep5
rolesetheads matching several lemmas
SELECT rolesethead, GROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT lemma),COUNT(*) AS c FROM pbrolesets LEFT JOIN pbwords USING (pbwordid) GROUP BY rolesethead HAVING c > 1 ORDER BY c DESC LIMIT 20
rolesetheadGROUP_CONCAT(DISTINCT lemma)c
gogo,go on,go off,go out,go back,go through24
comecome,come about,come in,come on,come out,come up,come across,come through,come along,come by,come down22
taketake,take away,take in,take off,take on,take out,take over,take up,take aback,take down22
getget,get out,get away,get back,get off,get through,get together,get down,get even,get by,get along,get on21
passpass,pass on,pass out,pass over,pass up,pass away,pass by,pass off19
makemake,make up,make out,make it,make off18
turnturn,turn away,turn down,turn in,turn off,turn out,turn over,turn on,turn up17
breakbreak,break off,break in,break out,break up,break even,break down,break away16
givegive,give away,give back,give off,give out,give up,give in,give rise to,give birth,give vent,give over13
putput,hard put,put in,put off,put on,put out,put up13
setset,set up,set off,set out,set down,set upon,set about13
holdhold,hold on,hold back,hold off,hold out,hold up12
blowblow,blow up,blow out11
callcall,call in,call on,call off,call up11
cutcut,cut off,cut back,cut out,cut loose,cut up10
runrun,run out,run up10
strikestrike,strike out,strike down,strike up10
backback,back up,back off9
fallfall,fall off,fall out,fall through,fall back,fall apart9
looklook,look forward,look up,look over,look after,look out9
rolesets headed by "go"
SELECT * FROM pbrolesets LEFT JOIN pbwords USING (pbwordid) WHERE rolesethead = 'go'
pbwordidrolesetidrolesetheadrolesetnamerolesetdescrwordidlemma
20712458gogo.01motion58457go
20712459gogo.02self-directed motion58457go
20712460gogo.03pursue (often with after)58457go
20712461gogo.04modal / future58457go
20712462gogo.05serial verb construction58457go
20712463gogo.06proceed (with a variety of prepositions)58457go
20712464gogo.07sell58457go
20712465gogo.08become58457go
20712466gogo.09operate58457go
20712467gogo.10benefactive58457go
20712468gogo.11serve58457go
20712469gogo.12experience, undergo58457go
20712470gogo.13disappear58457go
20712471gogo.14be left58457go
20742472gogo.15go on: continue58490go on
20732473gogo.16go off: become on58487go off
20752474gogo.17go out: leave58491go out
20752475gogo.18go out: extinguish58491go out
20722476gogo.19go back: return to being58467go back
20762477gogo.20go through: come to completion58495go through
20712478gogo.21have on your side58457go
20712479gogo.22go with, match, accompany58457go
20712480gogo.23say58457go
20712481gogo.24existential58457go
lemma's roleset
SELECT * FROM pbwords LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (pbwordid) WHERE lemma = 'accompany'
pbwordidwordidlemmarolesetidrolesetheadrolesetnamerolesetdescr
341070accompany36accompanyaccompany.01go along with
lemma's rolesets
SELECT * FROM pbwords LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (pbwordid) WHERE lemma = 'admit'
pbwordidwordidlemmarolesetidrolesetheadrolesetnamerolesetdescr
752049admit82admitadmit.01acknowledge truth
752049admit83admitadmit.02allow to enter
lemma having multiple rolesets
SELECT lemma,GROUP_CONCAT(CONCAT(rolesetname,' (',rolesetdescr,')')) FROM pbwords LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (pbwordid) GROUP BY lemma HAVING COUNT(*) > 1 ORDER BY lemma LIMIT 20
lemmaGROUP_CONCAT(CONCAT(rolesetname,' (',rolesetdescr,')'))
abandonabandon.01 (leave behind),abandon.02 (exchange),abandon.03 (surrender, give_over)
actact.01 (play a role; behave),act.02 (do something)
addadd.01 (say),add.02 (mathematics),add.03 (achieve or gain)
addressaddress.01 (put an address on an envelope),address.02 (pay attention to, answer)
adhereadhere.01 (stick (to)),adhere.02 (follow (policy, etc))
admitadmit.01 (acknowledge truth),admit.02 (allow to enter)
admonishadmonish.01 (persuade),admonish.02 (chastise)
affectaffect.01 (have an effect on),affect.02 (assume, take on)
affordafford.01 (be able to spare, have the financial means),afford.02 (provide, make available)
aimaim.01 (plan),aim.02 (directed motion)
allocateallocate.01 (give to, donate),reallocate.01 (give to, donate (again))
allowallow.01 (let),allow.02 (allocate),allow.03 (admit truth of proposition)
amountamount.01 (sums to),amount.02 (is equivalent to)
angleangle.01 (move on an angled trajectory),angle.02 (Cause to be/move in an angular fashion)
animateanimate.01 (cartoons),animate.02 (be lively)
anticipateanticipate.01 (expect),anticipate.02 (come before)
appallappall.01 (strike with disgust),appall.01 (strike with disgust)
appealappeal.01 (legal transaction),appeal.02 (beg),appeal.03 (be attractive)
appearappear.01 (come to be visible),appear.02 (seem)
applyapply.01 (ask for),apply.02 (associate with, work at or on),apply.03 (painting),apply.04 (specialized: apply brakes)
lemma having most rolesets
SELECT lemma, COUNT(*) AS c,GROUP_CONCAT(CONCAT(rolesetname,' (',rolesetdescr,')')) FROM pbwords LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (pbwordid) GROUP BY pbwordid ORDER BY c DESC LIMIT 20
lemmacGROUP_CONCAT(CONCAT(rolesetname,' (',rolesetdescr,')'))
go18go.01 (motion),go.02 (self-directed motion),go.03 (pursue (often with after)),go.04 (modal / future),go.05 (serial verb construction),go.06 (proceed (with a variety of prepositions)),go.07 (sell),go.08 (become),go.09 (operate),go.10 (benefactive),go.11 (serve),go.12 (experience, undergo),go.13 (disappear),go.14 (be left),go.21 (have on your side),go.22 (go with, match, accompany),go.23 (say),go.24 (existential)
take9take.01 (take, acquire, come to have),take.02 (tolerate),take.03 (cause (to be)),take.04 (understand to be),take.10 (need),take.14 (fixed phrase: take place),take.15 (write-off, acknowledge a (financial) loss),take.16 (take by surprise),take.17 (become fond of)
blow8blow.01 (cause motion by air current),blow.02 (create, shape by blowing air),blow.03 (oral sex),blow.04 (like the wind),blow.08 (explode),blow.09 (sound, like a trumpet),blow.10 (make an error),blow.11 (waste, consume, use)
come8come.01 (motion),come.02 (pursue (often with after)),come.03 (arise (from)),come.04 (become, various near-idioms),come.05 (buy),come.12 (come to: speaking of),come.14 (idiom: come to terms with),come.16 (amount to)
pass8pass.01 (bill becomes law),pass.02 (overtake),pass.03 (go by),pass.04 (allow to go by),pass.05 (give),pass.06 (suffice, get away (with)),pass.07 (pass a class, pass a test),pass.08 (variety of idioms)
run8run.01 (operate, procede),run.02 (walk quickly, a course or contest),run.03 (cost),run.04 (range, extend),run.07 (encounter),run.08 (caused motion),run.09 (cause to appear in media),run.10 (various idioms/multi-word expressions)
make7make.01 (create),make.02 (cause (to be)),make.03 (bid or purchase or whatever),make.04 (true light verb),make.05 (earn cash or wages),make.06 (be, seem),make.18 (arrive at, achieve)
call6call.01 (label),call.02 (summon),call.03 (demand),call.07 (say across a distance),call.10 (predict),call.11 (idiomatic: call the shots)
charge6charge.01 (asking price),charge.02 (walk quickly),charge.03 (supply, as with electricity),charge.04 (buy on credit),charge.05 (assign a role),charge.06 (allege)
frame6frame.01 (put a frame (on a picture)),frame.02 (falsely accuse of a crime),frame.03 (encircle),frame.04 (make frames files),frame.05 (write legislative bills),frame.06 (give a particular spin on a topic)
get6get.01 (transfer of goods, acquire),get.02 (have, possess),get.03 (become),get.04 (cause to become, make),get.05 (move),get.06 (must)
have6have.01 (auxiliary),have.02 (modal),have.03 (own, possess),have.04 (caused action),have.05 (birthing sense),have.06 (light verb usage)
make up6make.07 (comprise),make.08 (compose, set into place),make.09 (reconcile),make.10 (create),make.11 (catch up),make.16 (compensate (for))
strike6strike.01 (hit),strike.02 (refrain from working),strike.03 (remove),strike.04 (appear, seem),strike.05 (initiate),strike.10 (strike a pose)
back up5back.04 (back up: support),back.06 (back up: move backwards),back.08 (back up: face backwards),back.09 (back up: preserve data),back.10 (back up: traffic)
break5break.01 (break, cause to not be whole),break.02 (as a robbery),break.13 (happen),break.15 (Journalism sense),break.16 (separate one entity from another)
fold5fold.01 (mix ingredients gently),fold.02 (fold hands),fold.03 (origami),fold.04 (stop playing cards),fold.06 ((terminate) a failing business)
hold5hold.01 (grasp, bear, keep),hold.02 (grant, view, declare),hold.03 (keep, last),hold.04 (conduct),hold.13 (to have or contain (usually abstract))
jump5jump.01 (stock prices),jump.02 (be excited for an opportunity),jump.03 (physically or metaphorically leap),jump.06 (to escape, bail out),jump.07 (various idioms)
keep5keep.01 (maintain possession),keep.02 (aspectual),keep.03 (light verb),keep.04 (maintain some prepositional relationship),keep.06 (prepositional)
lemma's roles
SELECT lemma,rolesetid,rolesetname,rolesetdescr,narg,roledescr,thetaname FROM pbwords LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (pbwordid) LEFT JOIN pbroles USING (rolesetid) LEFT JOIN pbvnthetas USING (theta) WHERE lemma = 'abandon' ORDER BY rolesetid,narg
lemmarolesetidrolesetnamerolesetdescrnargroledescrthetaname
abandon3abandon.01leave behind0abandonerTheme
abandon3abandon.01leave behind1thing abandoned, left behindSource
abandon3abandon.01leave behind2attribute of arg1
abandon4abandon.02exchange0abandonerTheme
abandon4abandon.02exchange1thing abandoned, left behindSource
abandon4abandon.02exchange2preferred item
abandon5abandon.03surrender, give_over0entity abandoning somethingTheme
abandon5abandon.03surrender, give_over1thing abandonedSource
abandon5abandon.03surrender, give_over2benefactive, abandoned-to
lemma's roles by roleset
SELECT lemma,rolesetid,rolesetname,rolesetdescr,GROUP_CONCAT(CONCAT(narg,'-',roledescr,'-',IFNULL(thetaname, '?')) ORDER BY narg SEPARATOR ' / ') FROM pbwords LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (pbwordid) LEFT JOIN pbroles USING (rolesetid) LEFT JOIN pbvnthetas USING (theta) WHERE lemma = 'abandon' GROUP BY rolesetid ORDER BY rolesetid
lemmarolesetidrolesetnamerolesetdescrGROUP_CONCAT(CONCAT(narg,'-',roledescr,'-',IFNULL(thetaname, '?')) ORDER BY narg SEPARATOR ' / ')
abandon3abandon.01leave behind0-abandoner-Theme / 1-thing abandoned, left behind-Source / 2-attribute of arg1-?
abandon4abandon.02exchange0-abandoner-Theme / 1-thing abandoned, left behind-Source / 2-preferred item-?
abandon5abandon.03surrender, give_over0-entity abandoning something-Theme / 1-thing abandoned-Source / 2-benefactive, abandoned-to-?
lemma's examples
SELECT lemma,rolesetname,rolesetdescr,exampleid,`text`,formname,aspectname,tensename,personname,voicename FROM pbwords LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (pbwordid) LEFT JOIN pbexamples USING (rolesetid) LEFT JOIN pbaspects USING (aspect) LEFT JOIN pbforms USING (form) LEFT JOIN pbtenses USING (tense) LEFT JOIN pbvoices USING (voice) LEFT JOIN pbpersons USING (person) WHERE lemma = 'abandon' ORDER BY rolesetid, exampleid
lemmarolesetnamerolesetdescrexampleidtextformnameaspectnametensenamepersonnamevoicename
abandonabandon.01leave behind3And they believe the Big Board, under Mr. Phelan, has abandoned their interest.
abandonabandon.01leave behind4John abandoned his pursuit of an Olympic gold medal as a waste of time.
abandonabandon.02exchange5One Colombian drug boss, upon hearing in 1987 that Gen. Noriega was negotiating with the U.S. [*] to abandon his command for a comfortable exile, sent him a hand-sized mahogany coffin engraved with his name.infinitiveactive
abandonabandon.03surrender, give_over6Once he had abandoned himself to the very worst, once he had quieted all the dragons of worry and suspense, there would n't be very much for Mae to do.
examples
SELECT lemma,rolesetname,rolesetdescr,exampleid,`text`,formname,aspectname,tensename,personname,voicename FROM pbwords LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (pbwordid) LEFT JOIN pbexamples USING (rolesetid) LEFT JOIN pbaspects USING (aspect) LEFT JOIN pbforms USING (form) LEFT JOIN pbtenses USING (tense) LEFT JOIN pbvoices USING (voice) LEFT JOIN pbpersons USING (person) ORDER BY rolesetid, exampleid LIMIT 20
lemmarolesetnamerolesetdescrexampleidtextformnameaspectnametensenamepersonnamevoicename
fedexFedEx.01send via Federal Express1John FedExed his package to his mother.
upsUPS.01send via UPS2John UPSed his package to his mom.
abandonabandon.01leave behind3And they believe the Big Board, under Mr. Phelan, has abandoned their interest.
abandonabandon.01leave behind4John abandoned his pursuit of an Olympic gold medal as a waste of time.
abandonabandon.02exchange5One Colombian drug boss, upon hearing in 1987 that Gen. Noriega was negotiating with the U.S. [*] to abandon his command for a comfortable exile, sent him a hand-sized mahogany coffin engraved with his name.infinitiveactive
abandonabandon.03surrender, give_over6Once he had abandoned himself to the very worst, once he had quieted all the dragons of worry and suspense, there would n't be very much for Mae to do.
abaseabase.01to lower in estimation, humble7If He seem to frown, you are then to abase yourselves as miserable wretches.
abaseabase.01to lower in estimation, humble8He felt they were degrading him by making him report to a supervisor.
abaseabase.01to lower in estimation, humble9Mary abased John by humiliating him in front of his judgmental cat.
abashabash.01cause shame10Naturally, John-1 was rather abashed *-1 at the prospect of meeting a couple who had taken an interest in him and the college.
abateabate.01to decrease, become less strong11Economists consider that a sign that inflationary pressures are abating .participleprogressivepresentactive
abateabate.01to decrease, become less strong12What [*T*-1] 's more , the corporate borrowing binge has n't abated in the past two years .participleperfectpresentthirdactive
abbreviateabbreviate.01make shorter, especially words13He secretly planned and founded the "Palestinian National Liberation Movement," abbreviated *none* the "FATAH."fullpastpassive
abdicateabdicate.01to relinquish (power or responsibility)14By [*-1] ignoring costs , U.S. strategists abdicate their responsibility for hard decisions .fullpresentactive
abductabduct.01to carry someone off by force15His solicitor wrote him a letter at the airport, with a copy to the customs authorities, saying that Bella had evidence he was drinking and unfit to have the care of the child, whom he had anyway abducted without written consent.
abetabet.01aid16In addition to *trace*-1 abetting in the alleged criminal breach of trust, [Kwek Hong Png]-1 was also charged with dishonestly receiving S$500,000 that had been stolen.gerund
abetabet.01aid17Civilized discourse and an environment where compromise can begin are lost in [a hostile posture]-1 abetted *trace*-1 by superficial media interviews.participlepresentpassive
abetabet.01aid18[Eight admissions representatives at two of Wilfred's former Massachusetts schools]-1 previously pleaded guilty to charges of *trace*-1 aiding, abetting and counseling students to submit false financial-aid applications.gerund
abhorabhor.01despise19We abhor terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.
abideabide.01conform to20Saturday, he amended his remarks to say that [he]-1 would continue *trace*-1 to abide by the cease-fire if the U.S. ends its financial support for the Contras.infinitive
examples with passive
SELECT lemma,rolesetname,rolesetdescr,exampleid,`text`,formname,aspectname,tensename,personname,voicename FROM pbwords LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (pbwordid) LEFT JOIN pbexamples USING (rolesetid) LEFT JOIN pbaspects USING (aspect) LEFT JOIN pbforms USING (form) LEFT JOIN pbtenses USING (tense) LEFT JOIN pbvoices USING (voice) LEFT JOIN pbpersons USING (person) WHERE voicename = 'passive' ORDER BY rolesetid, exampleid LIMIT 50,70
lemmarolesetnamerolesetdescrexampleidtextformnameaspectnametensenamepersonnamevoicename
ballyhooballyhoo.01advertise noisily or blatantly535[The problem]-1 is being ballyhooed *trace*-1, experts say, because the 486 is Intel's future flagship.participleprogressivepresentthirdpassive
bandy aboutbandy.01discuss casually540Some investors [whose names]*-1 [*T*-2] were bandied [*-1] about by traders as potential UAL stock buyers said [0] they weren't buying .participlepastpassive
banishbanish.01send away, expel545Meanwhile, they tackle the mounds of paper -- and fantasize about a dream world where [bulk-mail postal regulations and government inspectors]*-1 are banished [*-1].participlepresentpassive
bank upbank.03create an embankment551It was a long, low room, like a root cellar, for [it]*-1 was banked [*-1] up with soil, and vines had run [*-2] rampant over that, too.participlepastthirdpassive
barbbarb.01cause to have barbs558The company claims a 40% share of the U.S. field fence business, a 35% share of poultry netting sales and a 30% share of barbed wire sales.participlepassive
barterbarter.01trade570[What Aeroflot doesn't pour into its own gas-guzzling Ilyushins]*-1 is bartered [*-1] to the airport authority, which resells it to 11 Western carriers including Air France, Trans World Airlines and Pakistan International Airlines.participlepresentthirdpassive
bat inbat.03bring in runs by hitting a baseball582They combined for 25 hits, six home runs and [24 runs]*-1 batted in [*-1] in the five games against the Cubs.participlepassive
bathebathe.01have a bath585...so that the whole place was bathed in the maximum of light without any point admitting even so much as a crack of glare.participlepastthirdpassive
beambeam.01to emit or transmit607He gives pep talks in [periodic `` family briefings '']*-1 beamed [*-1] internationally on `` FXTV , '' the company 's own television network .participlepassive
beckonbeckon.01summon, entice nearer630In fact, it was not until the King of Spain had visited at Pickfair that [Mary and Doug]*-2 were beckoned [*-2] to cross the sacred barriers which separate Los Angeles and Pasadena from the hoi-polloi.participlepastpassive
beleaguerbeleaguer.01harass677American Express Co. and General Motors Corp.'s beleaguered Buick division are joining forces in a promotion aimed at boosting Buick's sales while encouraging broader use of the American Express card.participlepassive
besiegebesiege.01to surround or harass (as with questions or requests)713GE Chairman John Welch has been `` besieged with phone calls '' complaining about his unit 's program trading , according to a person close to him .participleperfectpresentthirdpassive
bestowbestow.01to present, give as a gift717[The Bravo Zulu award , the Navy accolade for a `` job well done [*] , '']*-1 is bestowed [*-1] on Federal 's workers who [*T*-2] surpass the call of duty .participlepresentpassive
betraybetray.01treason723``I felt betrayed,'' he later said.participlepassive
betraybetray.01treason724Next, he continued to court the communists -- many of whom [*T*-1] feel betrayed by the left-right coalition's birth -- by bringing into PASOK a well-respected Communist Party candidate.participlepassive
bewitchbewitch.01entrance736That list includes last season's champs, the Los Angeles Dodgers, who rode a miracle home run by Kirk Gibson and two faultless pitching performances by Orel Hershiser to a five-game triumph over a bewitched, bothered Oakland crew.participlepassive
biasbias.01display a bias738The department's Office of Thrift Supervision said that doesn't necessarily mean [thrifts]*-1 are biased [*-1], but conceded that it doesn't have data about applicants to determine why blacks are rejected more often.participlepassive
billbill.02describe754[That complex bid]-1 was billed *trace*-1 as France's largest takeover ever (this one is slightly smaller).participlepastpassive
bindbind.01attach tightly759The fundamental rule of contract law applied to both cases was that courts will not enforce agreements to which [the parties]-1 did not intend *trace*-1 to be bound *[*T]*.infinitivepassive
bindbind.01attach tightly760In the Pennzoil/Texaco litigation, the courts found [Pennzoil and Getty Oil]-3 intended *trace* to be bound *trace*-3; in Arcadian Phosphates they found there was no intention to be bound.infinitivepassive
bindbind.03be destined for763[It]-1 is rumored *trace* to be bound *trace*-1 for a new model in the luxury Acura line in the U.S., but Honda officials wouldn't comment.infinitivepassive
bitebite.01to cut or tear with or as if with the teeth 772When it comes to money [*T*-1] : Once [*-3] bitten [*-2] , [*] 2,000 times shy .participlepassive
black outblack.02cause to not emit light776In this way, while the Stick itself was blacked out, we kept up to date on events.participlepastthirdpassive
blackenblacken.01to make black778Although Exxon spent heavily during the latest quarter [*-2] to clean up [the Alaskan shoreline]*-2 blackened [*-2] by its huge oil spill , those expenses as well as the cost of a continuing spill-related program are covered [*-1] by $ 880 million [*U*] in charges taken [*] during the first half .participlepresentpassive
blessbless.01bless814Though [I've]-1 been blessed *trace*-1 with academic degrees and some success in the materialistic world, I've never forgotten or lost contact with those memories of the 1930s.participleperfectpresentpassive
blessbless.01bless815To Mr. Engelken, it is also a story ``about love, because I'm blessed to have a wife who still thinks her slightly eccentric husband's 50th birthday deserves the ultimate present.''participlepresentpassive
blindblind.01cause to be unable to see817[One man]*-2, badly burned about the face and eyes by an arc welding torch, was blinded [*-2] and could not find a doctor at the time.participlepastthirdpassive
blindblind.01cause to be unable to see818[She]*-1 lived by the rules, [*-1] never compromising, never blinded or diverted [*-2] by circumstance.participlepassive
blindfoldblindfold.01cover the eyes821When it comes to investing, trying to weigh risk and reward can seem like [*] throwing darts blindfolded: Investors don't know the actual returns that securities will deliver, or the ups and downs that will occur along the way.participlepassive
bloodybloody.01to stain with or as if with a blood836`` [The reinsurance market]*-2 has been bloodied [*-2] by disasters '' in the U.S. as well as in Great Britain and Europe , says [0] [*T*-1] Thomas Rosencrants , director of research at Interstate\/Johnson Lane Inc. in Atlanta .participleperfectpresentthirdpassive
blowblow.01cause motion by air current841Battle-tested Japanese industrial managers here always buck up nervous newcomers with the tale of the first of their countrymen to visit Mexico , [a boatload]-3 of samurai warriors blown *trace*-3 ashore 375 years ago.participlepresentpassive
blow upblow.05inflate850``[The balloon]-2 had been blown *trace*-2 up so big that when somebody came along with a pin -- in this case the UAL deal -- we got a little pop.''participleperfectpastpassive
bludgeonbludgeon.01hit hard859First Interstate said [the unit]-2, bludgeoned *trace*-2 by Arizona's worsening real-estate woes, will have a $174 million loss for the quarter.participlepassive
bombbomb.01to attack or damage897And only last week [the newspaper Vanguardia Liberal in the city of Bucaramanga]*-1 was bombed [*-1] , and its installations destroyed [*-2] .participlepastpassive
bondbond.02secure with financial bond902The air-waybill number was changed en route, and paper work showing that the crates had cleared customs was misplaced, so it was a week before three of the four crates could be located in a bonded warehouse and the Gauguin discovered missing.participlepassive
booboo.01express disapproval906[John]-1 was booed *trace*-1 for playing to the peanut gallery.participlepastthirdpassive
bootlegbootleg.01copy or manufacture illegally919In September 1971 California officials seized ``bootlegged'' lenses -- made by unlicensed companies -- after some showed traces of bacteria.participlepassive
borderborder.01be one the edge of922Still, it was in Argentine editions that his countrymen first read his story of Pascal Duarte, a field worker who stabbed his mother to death and has no regrets as he awaits his end in a prison cell: ``Fate directs some men down the flower-bordered path, and others down [the road]-1 bordered *trace*-1 with thistles and prickly pears.participlepresentpassive
borebore.02be dull927Mr. Azoff reportedly was bored and frequently clashed with top MCA management over a number of issues such as compensation and business plans.participlepastthirdpassive
boundbound.02act as a boundary950[John's property]-1 is bounded *trace*-1 by the freeway, a shopping mall, and the city dump.participlepresentthirdpassive
boycottboycott.01avoid for political reasons962[The vote in Ankara]-2 was boycotted *trace*-2 by opposition politicians, who vowed to oust Ozal.participlepastthirdpassive
breadbread.01coat/cover with bread980Using direct mail for a TV show is like fishing for whale with a breaded hook.participlepassive
briefbrief.01give a summary of information1020Administration officials say [President Bush]-1 was briefed *trace*-1 throughout Friday afternoon and evening, even after leaving for Camp David.participlepresentpassive
broadcastbroadcast.01to transmit or announce1037[Last year 's series]*-1, broadcast [*-1] by General Electric Co. 's NBC , was the lowest-rated Series in four years ; instead of [*] featuring a major East Coast team against a West Coast team , it pitted the Los Angeles Dodgers against the losing Oakland A's .participlepassive
bruisebruise.01bruise1054NO MORE STUBBED toes or bruised shins, promises Geste Corp. of Goshen, Ind., the designer of a bed support to replace traditional frames.participlepassive
brushbrush.01to rub, clean, or remove with or as if with a brush1056Mr. Broderick , the Massachusetts grower , says [0] the `` big boss '' at a supermarket chain even rejected his Red Delicious recently because [they]*-1 were n't waxed and brushed [*-1] for extra shine .participlepastpassive
budgetbudget.01allocate money to some purpose1078Mitsubishi is also pushing ahead with a controversial plan to redevelop Marunouchi into a business center of high-tech buildings, [a project]-2 budgeted *trace*-2 for 30 years and six trillion yen.participlepresentpassive
budgetbudget.01allocate money to some purpose1079[The move]-1, budgeted *trace*-1 at about $7 million, actually came in at about $10 million, he said.participlepassive
budgetbudget.01allocate money to some purpose1080Knowledgeable employees said the retrofitting, which *trace* hadn't yet been budgeted *trace*-1, was part of a planned, three-stage reinforcement of the Cypress structure begun by the California transportation department several years ago.participleperfectpastpassive
bulldozebulldoze.01destroy with a bulldozer1099``If Flynn hadn't lived there, the property might have been priced $1 million lower,'' says Mr. Rambo, noting that [Flynn's house]*-1 has been bulldozed [*-1], and only the swimming pool remains.participleperfectpresentthirdpassive
bumpbump.02move slightly1108Conceivably, in a scaled-back buy-out, [they]-2 could be bumped *trace*-2 back to coach seats for life.participlepassive
bundlebundle.02dress warmly1113``Ski school is great,'' cries out [a tot]-1,*trace*-1 bundled in a snowsuit as he plows down a bunny slope.participlepassive
bunglebungle.01mess up, botch1115Intelligence Committee Chairman David Boren (D., Okla.) and Vice Chairman William Cohen (R., Maine), for their part, angrily accused the White House of selectively leaking classified documents and trying unfairly to shift the blame to Congress for the bungled attempt [*] to topple Gen. Noriega.participlepassive
buoy upbuoy.02buoy up: cause to float1119After Captain Docherty sent Arleigh Griffith for Hoag he was able [*-1] to complete his detailed inspection of the third floor and to receive a report from his man covering the floors above before [Griffith]*-2 returned , [*-2] buoyed [*-3] up by a brief stop for another glass of champagne .participlepassive
burdenburden.01put a load on someone/thing1122But some other analysts have a stormier forecast for the pound, particularly because Britain's inflation is hovering at a relatively lofty annual rate of about 7.6% and [the nation]-1 is burdened *trace*-1 with a struggling government and large current account and trade deficits.participlepresentpassive
burdenburden.01put a load on someone/thing1123If Sen. Bradley would permit a vote on capital gains, though, it would pass, Christmas retail sales would be strong instead of burdened by a falling stock market, the 1990 economy would be robust, and the revenue gains at every level of government, including New Jersey's, would be surprisingly high.participlepassive
burglarizeburglarize.01steal from1125In Brooklyn and the Bronx, [one out of four commercial firms]*-1 is burglarized [*-1] each year.participlepresentthirdpassive
burnburn.01(cause to) be on fire1126[Securities analysts]-2 were even more cautious, *trace* having been burned *trace*-2 repeatedly on Unisys this year.participlebothpresentpassive
burnburn.01(cause to) be on fire1127[International Business Machines Corp.]-1, analysts say, has been burned *trace*-1 twice in trying to enter the laptop market and shows no signs of trying to get into notebooks anytime soon.participleperfectpresentthirdpassive
burybury.01put in the ground1139Hitachi Zosen Corp., [a shipbuilder]-3 buried *trace*-3 in debt just a few years ago, will build a machinery plant, its first expansion in 14 years.participlepresentpassive
calibratecalibrate.01fine-tune1181Even the carefully calibrated machinery in its giant Fremont plant, to the north of the Valley, was believed to be undamaged.participlepassive
camouflagecamouflage.01disguise, hide1205[The security command post]-2, camouflaged *trace*-2 as second-story retail space, has its own ``crow's nest'' above the roofs of the other buildings, with a panoramic view of the entire center.participlepresentpassive
cancan.01put into tins1211The agency won't allow mushrooms that [*T*-2] were canned [*-3] or packed in brine at any Chinese plant to enter the U.S. until ``satisfactory sanitation-control measures are implemented in China to prevent'' bacterial contamination.participlepastpassive
cancan.02fire1213[John]-1 was canned *trace*-1 from his job at the weenie factory after making one too many sexual innuendoes.fullpastthirdpassive
canvasscanvass.01to survey widely1219Mr. Whittle said [0] [private and parochial schools in both states]*-1 will be canvassed [*-1] [*] to see if they are interested in [*-2] getting the programs .participlefuturepassive
capcap.01put the top on1221The bottle of ketchup is capped *trace* by a wad of tinfoil.participlepresentthirdpassive
carve outcarve.03create variant1269But their ideal of an Afrikaner homeland, [an all-white reserve]-1 *trace* *trace* to be carved *trace*-1 out of present-day South Africa, is a mainstream desire of the right-wing, which embraces about one-third of the country's five million whites.infinitivepassive
castcast.03blacksmithing (literally or metaphorically)1281In fact, they've spent billions of dollars to boost the percentage of continously cast steel to 60.9% in 1988, from 39.6% five years before.participlepassive
castigatecastigate.01blame1285[Program traders]-1 were publicly castigated *trace*-1 following the 508-point crash Oct. 19, 1987, and a number of brokerage firms pulled back from using this strategy for a while.participlepastpassive
categorizecategorize.01assign into a category1303The MIT project devised ways for [E-mail]*-1 to be automatically categorized [*-1] as top priority if it comes from certain designated senders or requires action in the next couple of days.infinitivepassive
examples with infinitive
SELECT lemma,rolesetname,rolesetdescr,exampleid,`text`,formname,aspectname,tensename,personname,voicename FROM pbwords LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (pbwordid) LEFT JOIN pbexamples USING (rolesetid) LEFT JOIN pbaspects USING (aspect) LEFT JOIN pbforms USING (form) LEFT JOIN pbtenses USING (tense) LEFT JOIN pbvoices USING (voice) LEFT JOIN pbpersons USING (person) WHERE formname = 'infinitive' ORDER BY rolesetid, exampleid LIMIT 20
lemmarolesetnamerolesetdescrexampleidtextformnameaspectnametensenamepersonnamevoicename
abandonabandon.02exchange5One Colombian drug boss, upon hearing in 1987 that Gen. Noriega was negotiating with the U.S. [*] to abandon his command for a comfortable exile, sent him a hand-sized mahogany coffin engraved with his name.infinitiveactive
abideabide.01conform to20Saturday, he amended his remarks to say that [he]-1 would continue *trace*-1 to abide by the cease-fire if the U.S. ends its financial support for the Contras.infinitive
absorbabsorb.01suck up30[Allstate]-1 is expected *trace*-1 to absorb another big hit in the fourth quarter as claims pour in from the San Francisco earthquake.infinitive
accessaccess.01access50Disk drives, which allow a computer to access its memory, generated 38% more revenue in the most recent period compared with the fiscal first quarter a year earlier.infinitive
acclaimacclaim.01approve of loudly52On Oct. 3, following conversations with Secretary of State James Baker,[Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze]-1 arrived in Managua [*-1} to acclaim ``Nicaragua's great peace efforts.''infinitiveactive
accordaccord.01give61Several of the city's black leaders, including Democratic mayoral nominee David Dinkins, have spoken out for racial gerrymandering [0] [*T*-1] to accord blacks and Hispanics ``the fullest opportunity for representation.''infinitiveactive
acquiesceacquiesce.01comply passively89A key is whether [House Republicans]-2 are willing *trace*-2 to acquiesce to their Senate colleagues' decision to drop many pet provisions.infinitive
acquitacquit.01relieve of guilt92Ultimately, [that carefully picked jury]-1 deadlocked with a 10-2 vote *trace* *trace*-1 to acquit, and the prosecution decided not to retry the case.infinitiveactive
adaptadapt.01make (more) suitable106And [surprising numbers of small investors]-1 seem *trace*-1 to be adapting to greater stock market volatility and say they can live with program trading.infinitiveactive
addressaddress.02pay attention to, answer124[Digital]-2 hopes *trace*-2 to address that with the debut of its first mainframe-class computers next Tuesday.infinitive
adhereadhere.02follow (policy, etc)127Opponents of the project had claimed that t[he city and the state of New York, which are co-sponsoring the project,]-2 had failed [*-2] to adhere to environmental guidelines.infinitiveactive
administeradminister.01to manage, distribute, or apply136Worse , it [*EXP*-4] remained to a well-meaning but naive president of the United States [*] to administer the final infamy upon those who [*T*-272] fought and died in Vietnam .infinitiveactive
administeradminister.01to manage, distribute, or apply137The idea would be [*] to administer to patients the growth-controlling proteins made [*] by healthy versions of the damaged genes .infinitiveactive
aidaid.01help192The Fed chairman 's caution was apparent again on the Monday morning after the market 's plunge , when the central bank took only modest steps [0] [*T*-2] to aid the markets [*T*-1] .infinitive
aidaid.01help194The House , meanwhile , approved $ 2.85 billion [*U*] [0] [*T*-1] to aid in the recovery from the temblor and from Hurricane Hugo as state legislators moved toward a temporary sales-tax increase .infinitiveactive
airliftairlift.01to transport in an airlift207Rebel artillerists bombarded the capital of Afghanistan , [*-2] killing at least 12 people , as [the Soviet Union]-1 was reported [*-1] to be airlifting arms and food to Kabul 's forces .infinitiveprogressiveactive
alertalert.01alert, warn211When the hacker moved, [Mr. Stoll]-1 moved too, *trace* calling up other systems managers *trace*-1 to alert them but keeping his own system open to avoid arousing suspicion.infinitive
alertalert.01alert, warn214After discovering that the hacker had taken over the dormant account of a legitimate user named Joe Sventek, he rigged up [an alarm system]-2, including a portable beeper, *trace* *trace*-2 to alert him when Sventek came on the line.infinitive
allayallay.01to relieve, calm220Mr. Dinkins also has failed [*-1] to allay Jewish voters ' fears about his association with the Rev. Jesse Jackson , despite the fact that few local non-Jewish politicians have been as vocal for Jewish causes in the past 20 years as [Mr. Dinkins]*-1 has [*?*] .infinitiveactive
allayallay.01to relieve, calm221[*] Seeking [*-3] to allay European concerns , [U.S. Agriculture Secretary Clayton Yeutter]*-3 said in Washington that the new U.S. plan would n't `` put farmers out of business '' but would encourage them to `` grow what the markets desire [*T*-1] instead of what the government wants [*T*-2] . ''infinitiveactive
lemma's examples broken into arguments
SELECT lemma,rolesetname,rolesetdescr,exampleid,e.`text`,rel,arg,narg,funcname FROM pbwords LEFT JOIN pbrolesets AS s USING (pbwordid) LEFT JOIN pbexamples AS e USING (rolesetid) LEFT JOIN pbrels AS r USING (exampleid) LEFT JOIN pbargs AS a USING (exampleid) LEFT JOIN pbfuncs AS f ON (f.func = a.func) WHERE lemma IN ('abandon','admit','accept') ORDER BY rolesetid, e.exampleid, a.narg
lemmarolesetnamerolesetdescrexampleidtextrelargnargfuncname
abandonabandon.01leave behind3And they believe the Big Board, under Mr. Phelan, has abandoned their interest.abandonedthe Big Board0
abandonabandon.01leave behind3And they believe the Big Board, under Mr. Phelan, has abandoned their interest.abandonedtheir interest1
abandonabandon.01leave behind3And they believe the Big Board, under Mr. Phelan, has abandoned their interest.abandonedunder Mr. PhelanM
abandonabandon.01leave behind4John abandoned his pursuit of an Olympic gold medal as a waste of time.abandonedJohn0
abandonabandon.01leave behind4John abandoned his pursuit of an Olympic gold medal as a waste of time.abandonedhis pursuit of an Olympic gold medal1
abandonabandon.01leave behind4John abandoned his pursuit of an Olympic gold medal as a waste of time.abandonedas a waste of time.2
abandonabandon.02exchange5One Colombian drug boss, upon hearing in 1987 that Gen. Noriega was negotiating with the U.S. [*] to abandon his command for a comfortable exile, sent him a hand-sized mahogany coffin engraved with his name.abandon[*] -> Gen. Noriega0
abandonabandon.02exchange5One Colombian drug boss, upon hearing in 1987 that Gen. Noriega was negotiating with the U.S. [*] to abandon his command for a comfortable exile, sent him a hand-sized mahogany coffin engraved with his name.abandonhis command1
abandonabandon.02exchange5One Colombian drug boss, upon hearing in 1987 that Gen. Noriega was negotiating with the U.S. [*] to abandon his command for a comfortable exile, sent him a hand-sized mahogany coffin engraved with his name.abandonfor a comfortable exile2
abandonabandon.03surrender, give_over6Once he had abandoned himself to the very worst, once he had quieted all the dragons of worry and suspense, there would n't be very much for Mae to do.abandonedhe0
abandonabandon.03surrender, give_over6Once he had abandoned himself to the very worst, once he had quieted all the dragons of worry and suspense, there would n't be very much for Mae to do.abandonedhimself1
abandonabandon.03surrender, give_over6Once he had abandoned himself to the very worst, once he had quieted all the dragons of worry and suspense, there would n't be very much for Mae to do.abandonedto the very worst2
acceptaccept.01take willingly47...prevent [them]-1 from *trace*-1 accepting our superior cash offer.accepting*trace*-10
acceptaccept.01take willingly47...prevent [them]-1 from *trace*-1 accepting our superior cash offer.acceptingour superior cash offer1
acceptaccept.01take willingly48He wouldn't accept anything of value from those he was writing about.acceptHe0
acceptaccept.01take willingly48He wouldn't accept anything of value from those he was writing about.acceptanything of value1
acceptaccept.01take willingly48He wouldn't accept anything of value from those he was writing about.acceptfrom those he was writing about2
acceptaccept.01take willingly48He wouldn't accept anything of value from those he was writing about.acceptwouldMMOD
acceptaccept.01take willingly48He wouldn't accept anything of value from those he was writing about.acceptn'tMNEG
acceptaccept.01take willingly49...many practices historically accepted *trace*-1 as normal here...accepted*trace*-11
acceptaccept.01take willingly49...many practices historically accepted *trace*-1 as normal here...acceptedas normal3
acceptaccept.01take willingly49...many practices historically accepted *trace*-1 as normal here...acceptedhistoricallyMTMP
acceptaccept.01take willingly49...many practices historically accepted *trace*-1 as normal here...acceptedhereMLOC
admitadmit.01acknowledge truth140The charity admits spending a lot on fund raising, but says that was necessary to establish a donor base it can tap at much lower cost in years to come.admitsThe charity0
admitadmit.01acknowledge truth140The charity admits spending a lot on fund raising, but says that was necessary to establish a donor base it can tap at much lower cost in years to come.admitsspending a lot on fund raising1
admitadmit.01acknowledge truth141``[We've had a few bombs]-1,'' admits *trace*-1 Mr. Peters.admitsMr. Peters0
admitadmit.01acknowledge truth141``[We've had a few bombs]-1,'' admits *trace*-1 Mr. Peters.admits*trace*-11
admitadmit.01acknowledge truth142Ramon Garcia, the Asset Trust's executive trustee, admits to what he calls ``temporary setbacks.''admitsRamon Garcia, the Asset Trust's executive trustee,0
admitadmit.01acknowledge truth142Ramon Garcia, the Asset Trust's executive trustee, admits to what he calls ``temporary setbacks.''admitsto what he calls ``temporary setbacks1
admitadmit.01acknowledge truth143John admitted to Mary that he secretly loathed her haircut.admittedJohn0
admitadmit.01acknowledge truth143John admitted to Mary that he secretly loathed her haircut.admittedhe secretly loathed her haircut1
admitadmit.01acknowledge truth143John admitted to Mary that he secretly loathed her haircut.admittedto Mary2
admitadmit.02allow to enter144John's rugged good looks admit him to the highest circles of clandestine intelligence.admitJohn's rugged good looks0
admitadmit.02allow to enter144John's rugged good looks admit him to the highest circles of clandestine intelligence.admithim1
admitadmit.02allow to enter144John's rugged good looks admit him to the highest circles of clandestine intelligence.admitto the highest circles of clandestine intelligence2
lemma's examples broken down into logical form
SELECT lemma,rolesetname,rolesetdescr,exampleid,e.`text`,CONCAT(rel,'(',GROUP_CONCAT(CONCAT('[',a.narg,']{',r.roledescr,'}->',arg) ORDER BY a.narg),')') AS analysis FROM pbwords LEFT JOIN pbrolesets AS s USING (pbwordid) LEFT JOIN pbexamples AS e USING (rolesetid) LEFT JOIN pbrels AS f USING (exampleid) LEFT JOIN pbargs AS a USING (exampleid) LEFT JOIN pbroles AS r ON (s.rolesetid = r.rolesetid AND r.narg = a.narg) WHERE lemma IN ('abandon','admit','accept') GROUP BY exampleid ORDER BY s.rolesetid, e.exampleid, a.narg
lemmarolesetnamerolesetdescrexampleidtextanalysis
abandonabandon.01leave behind3And they believe the Big Board, under Mr. Phelan, has abandoned their interest.abandoned([0]{abandoner}->the Big Board,[1]{thing abandoned, left behind}->their interest)
abandonabandon.01leave behind4John abandoned his pursuit of an Olympic gold medal as a waste of time.abandoned([0]{abandoner}->John,[1]{thing abandoned, left behind}->his pursuit of an Olympic gold medal,[2]{attribute of arg1}->as a waste of time.)
abandonabandon.02exchange5One Colombian drug boss, upon hearing in 1987 that Gen. Noriega was negotiating with the U.S. [*] to abandon his command for a comfortable exile, sent him a hand-sized mahogany coffin engraved with his name.abandon([0]{abandoner}->[*] -> Gen. Noriega,[1]{thing abandoned, left behind}->his command,[2]{preferred item}->for a comfortable exile)
abandonabandon.03surrender, give_over6Once he had abandoned himself to the very worst, once he had quieted all the dragons of worry and suspense, there would n't be very much for Mae to do.abandoned([0]{entity abandoning something}->he,[1]{thing abandoned}->himself,[2]{benefactive, abandoned-to}->to the very worst)
acceptaccept.01take willingly47...prevent [them]-1 from *trace*-1 accepting our superior cash offer.accepting([0]{acceptor}->*trace*-1,[1]{thing accepted}->our superior cash offer)
acceptaccept.01take willingly48He wouldn't accept anything of value from those he was writing about.accept([0]{acceptor}->He,[1]{thing accepted}->anything of value,[2]{accepted-from}->from those he was writing about)
acceptaccept.01take willingly49...many practices historically accepted *trace*-1 as normal here...accepted([1]{thing accepted}->*trace*-1,[3]{attribute}->as normal)
admitadmit.01acknowledge truth140The charity admits spending a lot on fund raising, but says that was necessary to establish a donor base it can tap at much lower cost in years to come.admits([0]{admitter}->The charity,[1]{truth}->spending a lot on fund raising)
admitadmit.01acknowledge truth141``[We've had a few bombs]-1,'' admits *trace*-1 Mr. Peters.admits([0]{admitter}->Mr. Peters,[1]{truth}->*trace*-1)
admitadmit.01acknowledge truth142Ramon Garcia, the Asset Trust's executive trustee, admits to what he calls ``temporary setbacks.''admits([0]{admitter}->Ramon Garcia, the Asset Trust's executive trustee,,[1]{truth}->to what he calls ``temporary setbacks)
admitadmit.01acknowledge truth143John admitted to Mary that he secretly loathed her haircut.admitted([0]{admitter}->John,[1]{truth}->he secretly loathed her haircut,[2]{Hearer}->to Mary)
admitadmit.02allow to enter144John's rugged good looks admit him to the highest circles of clandestine intelligence.admit([0]{allower (ticket)}->John's rugged good looks,[1]{enterer}->him,[2]{place entered}->to the highest circles of clandestine intelligence)
func
SELECT * FROM pbfuncs
funcfuncnamefuncdescr
1ADVadverbial modification
2CAUcause
3DIRdirection
4DIS
5DSP
6EXTextent
7LOClocation
8MNRmanner
9MODgeneral modification
10NEGnegation
11PNCpurpose no cause
12PRDsecondary predication
13PRPpurpose (deprecated)
14Qquantity
15RCLrelative clause
16RECreciprocal
17SLC
18STR
19TMPtemporal
20about
21around
22as
23at
24by
25for
26from
27in
28into
29of
30on
31to
32upon
33with
func distribution
SELECT func, funcname, funcdescr, COUNT(*) AS c FROM pbroles LEFT JOIN pbfuncs USING (func) GROUP BY func ORDER BY c DESC
funcfuncnamefuncdescrc
15855
7LOClocation55
3DIRdirection10
8MNRmanner5
19TMPtemporal4
30on4
6EXTextent3
12PRDsecondary predication2
26from2
31to1
1ADVadverbial modification1
func having 1 occurrence
SELECT funcname,GROUP_CONCAT(argid) FROM pbargs LEFT JOIN pbfuncs USING (func) GROUP BY func HAVING COUNT(*)=1
funcnameGROUP_CONCAT(argid)
Q21605
about25028
around22449
as942
at17049
into22414
on499
location of func having 1 occurrence
SELECT funcname,GROUP_CONCAT(argid),GROUP_CONCAT(CONCAT(rolesethead,'.xml')) FROM pbargs LEFT JOIN pbfuncs USING (func) LEFT JOIN pbexamples USING (exampleid) LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (rolesetid) GROUP BY func HAVING COUNT(*)=1
funcnameGROUP_CONCAT(argid)GROUP_CONCAT(CONCAT(rolesethead,'.xml'))
Q21605share.xml
about25028tease.xml
around22449slosh.xml
as942approve.xml
at17049point.xml
into22414slip.xml
on499agree.xml
distribution of narg in roles
SELECT narg, nargdescr, COUNT(*) AS c FROM pbroles LEFT JOIN pbargns USING (narg) GROUP BY narg ORDER BY c DESC
nargnargdescrc
15928
05714
23227
3678
4266
Mmodifier89
Aagent20
517
3
distribution of narg in args
SELECT narg, nargdescr, COUNT(*) AS c FROM pbargs LEFT JOIN pbargns USING (narg) GROUP BY narg ORDER BY c DESC
nargnargdescrc
19159
07602
Mmodifier6826
23391
3482
4201
523
Aagent22
verbnet through semlink
propbank-verbnet through semlink
SELECT rolesetname,narg,thetaname,classtag,roletype FROM pbvnmaps AS m LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (rolesetid) LEFT JOIN pbroles USING (roleid) LEFT JOIN pbvnthetas USING (theta) LEFT JOIN vnclasses AS c ON (m.vnclassid = c.classid) LEFT JOIN vnroles AS r ON (m.vnroleid = r.roleid) LEFT JOIN vnroletypes AS t ON (r.roletypeid = t.roletypeid) ORDER BY m.rolesetid, narg LIMIT 20
rolesetnamenargthetanameclasstagroletype
FedEx.010Agent11.1-1Agent
FedEx.011Theme11.1-1Theme
FedEx.012Destination11.1-1Destination
UPS.010Agent11.1-1Agent
UPS.011Theme11.1-1Theme
UPS.012Destination11.1-1Destination
abandon.010Theme51.2Theme
abase.010Agent45.4Agent
abase.011Patient45.4Patient
abase.012Instrument45.4Instrument
abash.010Cause31.1Stimulus
abash.011Experiencer31.1Experiencer
abate.010Agent45.4Agent
abate.011Patient45.4Patient
abbreviate.010Agent45.4Agent
abbreviate.011Patient45.4Patient
abdicate.010Agent10.11Agent
abdicate.011Source10.11Source
abduct.010Agent10.5Agent
abduct.011Theme10.5Theme
propbank-verbnet through semlink, where roles differ
SELECT rolesetname,narg,thetaname,classtag,roletype FROM pbvnmaps AS m LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (rolesetid) LEFT JOIN pbroles USING (roleid) LEFT JOIN pbvnthetas USING (theta) LEFT JOIN vnclasses AS c ON (m.vnclassid = c.classid) LEFT JOIN vnroles AS r ON (m.vnroleid = r.roleid) LEFT JOIN vnroletypes AS t ON (r.roletypeid = t.roletypeid) WHERE roletype <> thetaname ORDER BY m.rolesetid, narg LIMIT 20
rolesetnamenargthetanameclasstagroletype
abash.010Cause31.1Stimulus
abhor.011Theme31.2Stimulus
abound.011Theme47.5.1-2-1Location
abound.012Location47.5.1-2-1Theme
abut.011Theme147.8-1Theme
abut.012Theme247.8-1Co-Theme
accede.010Actor195Agent
accede.011Actor295Co-Agent
accept.013Predicate29.2-1-1Attribute
accuse.012Predicate81Attribute
acknowledge.011Topic29.9-1Theme
acquiesce.010Actor195Agent
acquiesce.011Actor295Co-Agent
acquire.011Topic13.5.2-1Theme
acquit.010Agent80-1Cause
act.011Predicate29.6-1Attribute
adapt.012Destination26.9Goal
add.011Theme37.7Topic
add.021Patient1108Theme
add.022Patient2108Co-Theme
propbank-verbnet through semlink, how roles differ
SELECT COUNT(*) FROM pbvnmaps AS m LEFT JOIN pbrolesets USING (rolesetid) LEFT JOIN pbroles USING (roleid) LEFT JOIN pbvnthetas USING (theta) LEFT JOIN vnclasses AS c ON (m.vnclassid = c.classid) LEFT JOIN vnroles AS r ON (m.vnroleid = r.roleid) LEFT JOIN vnroletypes AS t ON (r.roletypeid = t.roletypeid) WHERE roletype <> thetaname ORDER BY m.rolesetid, narg
COUNT(*)
1616
SELECT COUNT(*) FROM pbvnmaps
COUNT(*)
7960