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Context may refer to:

  • Context (language use), the relevant constraints of the communicative situation that influence language use, language variation, and discourse summary.


Other uses[edit]

  • Context (festival), an annual Russian festival of modern choreography;
  • Archaeological context, an event in time which has been preserved in the archaeological record;
  • Opaque context, the linguistic context in which substitution of co-referential expressions does not preserve truth;
  • Trama (mycology) (context or flesh), the mass of non-hymenial tissues that composes the mass of a fungal fruiting body;
  • Context (rapper), also known as Context MC, stage name of George Musgrave.

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