Definition of predicator in English:

predicator

Syllabification: pred·i·ca·tor
Pronunciation: /ˈpredəˌkādər
 
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noun

(In systemic grammar) a verb phrase considered as a constituent of clause structure, along with subject, object, and adjunct.

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