grammatical relation

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n grammatical relation a linguistic relation established by grammar
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Usage

In literature:

Every grammatical sentence conveys one leading idea with its modifications and relations.
"The Myths of the New World" by Daniel G. Brinton
The grammatical relations of the language are complicated and beyond the power of the child at an early age.
"New Ideals in Rural Schools" by George Herbert Betts
If he learned a word to-day, to-morrow he would use it in its grammatical relation to a sentence.
"History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880. Vol. 2 (of 2)" by George Washington Williams
The variation in the forms of the different parts of speech to show grammatical relation, is called INFLECTION.
"Practical Grammar and Composition" by Thomas Wood
C. The grammatical relations in which the alliterative words stand to each other.
"Torrent of Portyngale" by Unknown
It is enough to take up some single leading grammatical relation.
"The Philosophic Grammar of American Languages, as Set Forth by Wilhelm von Humboldt" by Daniel G. Brinton
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In science:

For each extracted verb, the system checks whether the verb group is in passive or active form, then identify the related grammatical relations: sub ject-verb and verb-ob ject or verb-agent.
Generating a 3D Simulation of a Car Accident from a Written Description in Natural Language: the CarSim System
For this reason GRAMMAT ICP G provides a default extension which supports declarative descriptions of type systems of implementation languages. A type system description specifies a set of named types, a sub typing relation on these types, an optional top type and a string type.
Extensible type checker for parser generation
In: J Bresnan (ed.), The Mental Representation of Grammatical Relations.
User-Defined Nonmonotonicity in Unification-Based Formalisms
This relationship underlies the main reason for adopting a systemic-functional orientation in text generation: grammatical and lexical decisions are related to the deployment of communicative goals in their communicative context.
Emphatic generation: employing the theory of semantic emphasis for text generation
These are reflected grammatically for example in relation changing phenomena such as dative shift.
Emphatic generation: employing the theory of semantic emphasis for text generation
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