Hence, anything chosen as the subject of an argument, literary composition, or the like; topic; theme.
The supplied structure, written or agreed upon, in any dramatic activity.
autonomous linguistic chain (oral or written) that constitutes an empirical unit and that is produced by one or more enunciators in a given social practice. Texts are the object of linguistics.
although this term includes the kind of thing we usually mean by 'text' (eg: a written document) under the conditions of the literary turn, structuralism and poststructuralism the term can be applied to almost any object in the world. Semioticians, for example, have considered items as diverse as wrestling matches and Coca Cola cans as 'texts', worthy of analysis for their cultural connotations
the main body of a written work (as distinct from illustrations or footnotes etc.); "pictures made the text easier to understand"
a message, imbued with the values and intentions of a specific writer/genre/culture
an extract from an ancient written source or from a modern study
a physical object, a page or pages of written language either mechanically or manually produced
a social cultural document, written by a social being, that refers to shared knowledge of a society to which the writer belongs
When a key phrase for example "Marbella Property" is written into a search engine's search box, the engine will search for that phrase across the internet. It is important to include text relevant to the business or service offered by a website, written in a programming language that search engines find easy to read.
A written, printed document.
the written or printed material which forms the main body of a publication.
A meaningful (or potentially meaningful) instance of written language; can range from a word to an entire book.