Phrase-structure grammar

[freyz-struhk-cher] /ˈfreɪzˌstrʌk tʃər/

noun, Linguistics.
a grammar that consists of phrase-structure rules.
a grammar in which relations among the words and morphemes of a sentence are described, but not deeper or semantic relations PSG Compare transformational grammar


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