Definición de syntactic en inglés:

syntactic

Saltos de línea: syn|tac¦tic
Pronunciación: /sɪnˈtaktɪk
 
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adjetivo

  • Of or according to syntax: syntactic analysis
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Here's another case where it seems that a common syntactic pattern is a grammatical confusion.
    • As the main or only word in the noun phrase, it has the same set of syntactic functions as a noun.
    • In such grammars, conflicts among semantic and syntactic constraints are resolved in terms of ranking.

Derivativos

syntactical

adjetivo
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  • In language, listeners build structure out of nouns, verbs and other syntactical elements.
  • I believe there is an integrity that is lost when a piece chosen for exhibiting masterful writing skill is chopped down to mere syntactical proficiency and stripped of its essence.
  • Where sentence completion is required, production of the derived form may be driven by various aspects of the linguistic context such as syntactical properties.

syntactically

adverbio
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  • The claim goes roughly as follows: collective nouns are syntactically singular but semantically (or ‘notionally’ in this literature) plural.
  • Well, there are no syntactically incoherent sentences, anyhow.
  • The result is more fluent prosodically, though incoherent syntactically.

Origen

early 19th century: from Greek suntaktikos, from suntassein 'arrange together' (see syntax).

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