contextual

(Context (contextual / contextualise)) Context is always an important aspect to consider whenever you analyse a text. Context refers to those particular elements of a situation that in some way or another affect the text (for example, the effects of time, place, ideology, social hierarchies, relationships, etc.). Importantly, language has two pote...
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contextual

adjective relating to or determined by or in context; `contextual information`
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contextual

contextual Involving, or depending on a context; such as, the parts of a discourse that surround a word or passage and can throw light on its meaning.
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Contextual

Feature-rich OpenType fonts can detect certain characters or character combinations before and/or after specific characters and substitute them with alternate glyphs or ligatures according to the context. Certain (older) operating systems and applications cannot access these OpenType features.
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contextual

[adj] - relating to or determined by or in context
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