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„predicate“ - noun, singular or mass

The term predicate is the 32.512th most frequent word of the English lanuguage and appears 1.368 times in reference text. The part of speech is noun, singular or mass. The syllabication is pre·di·cate. There follow typical usages of the term in full sentences: "... may be called a predicate or a verb phrase."¹ "... if the corresponding occlusion predicate is true at the ..."² "... desu are used to predicate sentences ..."³ Rotated its written etaciderp. The term is rhyming on intimate, legitimate und elevate. The according MD5 checksum is f670ef68565f21a50d96fb2b8746a338 and the SHA1 checksum is 04444310b8c9d216a6bc1d1cc9542ecc75bc02df. The T9 representation 773342283 accords this term.

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word name: predicate

part of speech: noun, singular or mass

substitutes: connote proclaim

typical left word neighbours: first-order unary BIT monadic provability RICO many-sorted

typical right word neighbours: calculus logic nominative nominatives logics functor dualism

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