Definition of meaning-text model in English:

meaning-text model

noun

Linguistics
  • A linguistic theory conceived as a general theory of all human language, first proposed by the Russians A. K. Zholkovsky and I. A. Mel'cuk in 1965, and based on the postulate that every speech event presupposes three main components (form, content, and correspondence between an infinite set of meanings and an infinite set of texts).

Origin

1970s.