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predicate nominative

Syllabification: pred·i·cate nom·i·na·tive

Entry from US English dictionary

Definition of predicate nominative in English:

noun

Grammar
A word in the nominative case that completes a copulative verb, such as son in the sentence Charlie is my son.

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