Definición de clause en inglés:

clause

Saltos de línea: clause
Pronunciación: /klɔːz
 
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sustantivo

  • 1A unit of grammatical organization next below the sentence in rank and in traditional grammar said to consist of a subject and predicate. See also main clause, subordinate clause.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • In each sentence above, two clauses are linked by clause-chaining without conjunctions.
    • A grounded clause corresponds to the traditional category of finite clause.
    • What we really have here is an adjectival clause qualifying potentially a noun phrase or a noun.

Derivativos

clausal

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Problematic sequences that cannot easily be analysed into clausal constituents appear in such contexts as labels, titles, warnings, and greetings.
  • The use of ‘because’ here makes clear that the external speaker is making a judgement about the clausal relationship between the two events described in and from the viewpoint of the discourse's internal protagonist.
  • Having stated this position, Jackendoff immediately points to two cases where syntax and semantics fail to match up; one concerns the grammatical relation of clausal subject, the other the lexical category of noun.

Origen

Middle English: via Old French clause, based on Latin claus- 'shut, closed', from the verb claudere.

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