1(in contract, treaty)cláusula feminine
2Linguisticsoración femininecláusula feminine
- When I get around to putting those clauses in a cohesive sentence, I'll get back to you.
- Associated with these tendencies was a greater focus on single words, rather than on phrases or clauses.
- Each experimental group was given instruction on the formation of only one type of relative clause.
- This phenomenon is known as ellipsis and often occurs when clauses are conjuncted.
- In each sentence above, two clauses are linked by clause-chaining without conjunctions.
- I stripped the clauses and the phrases and dug into the dry dirt of my notes.
- Such clauses reflect a growing English self-consciousness, partly expressed in linguistic terms.
- What we really have here is an adjectival clause qualifying potentially a noun phrase or a noun.
- I should have known as soon as they used a clause in a sentence it was a bad idea.
- A grounded clause corresponds to the traditional category of finite clause.
- A restrictive clause is one which limits, or restricts, the scope of the noun it is referring to.
- Again, nearly all of the examples in both tables are integrated relative clauses.
- Is it possible to use the following clauses when referring to the future?
- The trick is to make the meaning slide ambiguously from clause to clause, from sentence to sentence.