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An Idealized Cognitive Model, ICM or Frame is the name given in cognitive linguistics to the mental representation known as "meaning". It is a mental construct which is recruited in a Mental Space as we think and speak. It has been proposed by scholars such as George Lakoff and Gilles Fauconnier.

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