Absolute

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Absolute is a property of predicates (or predicate terms). A predicate is said to be 'absolute' if it can be interpreted without taking a complement. The term 'absolute' contrasts with relational.

Examples

  • Nouns: man, table and war
  • Adjectives blue, old and long
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