subject–predicate

adjective

Definition of subject–predicate

  1. 1 :  of, relating to, characterized by, or taking the form of analysis into subjects and predicates analogous to the basic grammatical structure of the Indo-European languages subject-predicate logical structure

  2. 2 :  having the form of a predicate attached to a subject a subject-predicate proposition

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