Meaning of PREDICATE in English

PREDICATE

(~d)

1.

In some systems of grammar, the ~ of a clause is the part of it that is not the subject. For example, in ‘I decided what to do’, ‘decided what to do’ is the ~.

N-COUNT

2.

If you say that one situation is ~d on another, you mean that the first situation can be true or real only if the second one is true or real. (FORMAL)

Financial success is usually ~d on having money or being able to obtain it.

VERB: usu passive, be V-ed on n/-ing

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