Noun(1) (logic(2) one of the two main constituents of a sentence; the predicate contains the verb and its complements
Verb(1) make the (grammatical(2) affirm or declare as an attribute or quality of(3) involve as a necessary condition of consequence; as in logic
(1) Both Kant and Russell for example are interested in the logical issue of whether existence is a predicate .(2) In stating that the entity possesses the attribute, we use a predicate with a single argument.(3) The theory that existence is not a predicate implies, however, that all existential propositions are synthetic.(4) In ├ö├ç├┐On Interpretation├ö├ç├û Aristotle argues that a single assertion must always either affirm or deny a single predicate of a single subject.(5) Please remember to answer in complete subject / predicate sentences to demonstrate your communicative skills.(6) For example, a descriptive word before a noun is an adjective; if it follows the noun it becomes a predicate .(7) This is the subject, and the predicate has the form is + noun phrase.(8) predicate adjective(9) Last time, on our first grammar day, we learned about subjects and predicates .(10) Phillips's syntax does the same thing, deferring predication so that we will be drawn to the end of the poem.(11) So Scotus claims that pure perfection can be predicated of God.(12) By dropping subjects, predicates , and/or prepositions, Sosnora often reduces sentences to fragments or even to phrases.(13) You don't need to worry about sentences with predicates and subjects.(14) Among predications , Aristotle distinguished between essential and accidental, with ├ö├ç├┐Socrates is a man├ö├ç├û being an example of the first and ├ö├ç├┐Socrates is pale├ö├ç├û an example of the second.(15) Anything we please can be made to serve as a logical predicate; the subject can even be predicated of itself; for logic abstracts from all content.(16) Second, social movements are predicated on , and derive their legitimacy from, mass mobilization and popular support.
(1) predicate nominative :: prædikat nominativ
1. verb phrase ::
2. base ::
3. be dependent ::
4. found ::
5. establish ::
6. rest ::
7. ground ::
8. premise ::
Different Formspredicate, predicated, predicates, predicating
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