Meaning of PREDICATE in English

PREDICATE

transcription, транскрипция: [ ̘. ̈n.ˈpredɪkɪt ]

v. & n. --v.tr. 1 assert or affirm as true or existent. 2 (foll. by on) found or base (a statement etc.) on. --n. 1 Gram. what is said about the subject of a sentence etc. (e.g. went home in John went home). 2 Logic a what is predicated. b what is affirmed or denied of the subject by means of the copula (e.g. mortal in all men are mortal). øøpredication n. [L praedicare praedicat- proclaim (as PRAE-, dicare declare)]

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