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Anna Wierzbicka (born 10 March 1938 in Warsaw) is a Polish linguist who is Emeritus Professor at the Australian National University, Canberra. Brought up in Poland, she graduated from Warsaw University and emigrated to Australia in 1972, where she has lived since. With over twenty published books, many of which have been translated into foreign languages, she is a prolific writer.

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Semanticheskie universalii i bazisnye kont͡septy / Anna Vezhbit͡skai͡a
Семантические универсалии и базисные концепты / Анна Вежбицкая
by Wierzbicka, Anna, 1938-
Вежбицкая, Анна, 1938-
Moskva : I͡Azyki slavi͡anskikh kul'tur, 2011
Москва : Языки славянских культур, 2011
Uniform title: Semantics. Polish
by Wierzbicka, Anna, 1938-
Lublin : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, 2010
by Wierzbicka, Anna, 1938
Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Benjamins Pub. Co., 1988
by Wierzbicka, Anna, 1938
Oxford [England] ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1996
Kī wādo ni yoru ibunka rikai : Eigo Roshiago Pōrandogo Nihongo no baai / Anna Vierujubitsuka cho ; Taniguchi Ihei yaku = Understanding cultures through their key words :...
キーワードによる異文化理解 : 英語・ロシア語・ポーランド語・日本語の場合 / アンナ・ヴィエルジュビツカ著 ; 谷口伊兵衛訳 = Understanding cultures through their key words : English, Russian, Polish, German, and Japanese / Anna Wierzbicka
Uniform title: Understanding cultures through their key words. Japanese
by Wierzbicka, Anna, 1938-
Tōkyō : Jiritsu Shobō, 2009
東京 : 而立書房, 2009
by Wierzbicka, Anna, 1938
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2006
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