Meaning of semiological in English:

semiological

adjective

See semiology

‘And when you do this, you create a semiological system which runs parallel to other semiological systems, one of which might be the system of so-called reality.’
  • ‘This shift suggests a kind of semiological skinning of photography where the signifier is separated from the signified to be reconstituted as a sign itself.’
  • ‘Myth is a peculiar system, in that it is constructed from a semiological chain which existed before it: it is a second-order semiological system.’
  • ‘The religious experience and historical activity of Muhammad emerges and unfurls precisely in this semiological universe we no longer understand.’
  • ‘That's not so much reindividuation as merging - a form of semiological persona voodoo?’

Pronunciation

semiological

/ˌsiːmɪɒləˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l/ /ˌsɛmɪɒləˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l/