[gram-uh-lawg, -log] /ˈgræm əˌlɔg, -ˌlɒg/
a word symbolized by a sign or letter.
(in shorthand) a sign or symbol representing a word
- Grammar analysis
language A program written in ABC for answering such questions as “what are the start symbols of all rules”, “what symbols can follow this symbol”, “which rules are left recursive”, and so on. Includes a grammar of ISO Pascal. Version 1 by Steven Pemberton . Ports to Unix, MS-DOS, Atari, Macintosh. FTP: ftp.eu.net, ftp.nluug.net programming/languages/abc/examples/grammar/. […]
[gruh-mair-ee-uh n] /grəˈmɛər i ən/ noun 1. a specialist or expert in grammar. 2. a person who claims to establish or is reputed to have established standards of usage in a language. /ɡrəˈmɛərɪən/ noun 1. a person whose occupation is the study of grammar 2. the author of a grammar n. “student of or writer […]
noun 1. an elementary school. 2. British. a secondary school corresponding to a U.S. high school. 3. (formerly) a secondary school in which Latin and Greek are among the principal subjects taught. noun 1. (Brit) (esp formerly) a state-maintained secondary school providing an education with an academic bias for children who are selected by the […]
- Grammar-translation method
[gram-er-trans-ley-shuh n, -tranz-] /ˈgræm ər trænsˈleɪ ʃən, -trænz-/ noun 1. a traditional technique of foreign-language teaching based on explicit instruction in the grammatical analysis of the target language and translation of sentences from the native language into the target language and vice versa.