Phrase

İfadeler ve örnek cümleler

noun phrase   (isim tamlaması)

Use "se" when the complement is a noun phrase.

"nrâ" functions as both a subject and possessive marker when it precedes a noun phrase.

Also, another researcher, Day, analyzed Bisu noun phrase in Doi Chumphu village, Thailand.

used the phrase   (ifadeyi kullandı)

Advertisements for "Aurora" used the phrase .

Rock musicians have also used the phrase.

In 2009, the team used the phrase "Always a Tiger" as its slogan.

coined the phrase   (ifadeyi icat etti)

It was Ferguson who first coined the phrase, "Eager Beavers."

He is known for having coined the phrase "Nothing personal, it's just business."

He coined the phrase "the Jews are our misfortune" which would later be widely used by Nazis.

phrase used   (kullanılan ifade)

Another phrase used to try to describe the business model has been "caring capitalism".

Here be dragons (disambiguation) Here be dragons is a phrase used on geographical maps.

The phrase has influenced a similar phrase used in the Tok Pisin language in Papua New Guinea.

word or phrase   (kelime veya cümle)

The original word or phrase is known as the "subject" of the anagram.

Any word or phrase that exactly reproduces the letters in another order is an anagram.

A simple word or phrase, for example, spoken between two people, can have multiple meanings.

catch phrase   (slogan)

Edwards was famous for his catch phrase — "Right you are!

", and the strips catch phrase, "Stap Me!".

This catch phrase soon became part of the national lexicon.

phrase meaning   (ifade anlamı)

"Nonsuch" name comes from the French phrase meaning "of no equal".

"Stand up guy" is an American phrase meaning a loyal and reliable friend.

Omnia mutantur Omnia mutantur is a Latin phrase meaning "everything changes".

phrase   (ifade ")

The precise meaning of the phrase “context switch” varies.

The design includes the phrase “Suit Up”.

The phrase “under his own vine and fig tree” is from the Hebrew Bible (Micah 4:4).

verb phrase

In such sentences, the verb phrase comes at the end.

In brief, the focus directly precedes the verb phrase.

Therefore, in a verb phrase, the head is always a verb.

phrase structure

It is a phrase structure account that relies on unseen movement/copying mechanisms below the surface.

This is because nominal sentences cannot be accounted for using traditional phrase structure rules, which state: TP → {NP/ CP} (T) (VP).

However, phrase structure rules are supposed to be universal, therefore this new rule would also allow us to generate "I happy" in English.

use the phrase   (cümleyi kullan)

Church Fathers also use the phrase "from the Father through the Son".

Both sign-makers use the phrase "Be Nice or Leave" in their artworks.

Carson, however, would sometimes use the phrase during his parodies of Sagan.

uses the phrase

Marla Gibbs uses the phrase in the 1999 film "Lost & Found".

uses the phrase: "You made your bed in salad days amongst the ruins".

Cursive uses the phrase on the last song of their 2006 release "Happy Hollow".

using the phrase

In 2005, the team began using the phrase "Who's Your Tiger?"

In September 2016, Merkel stated that she would no longer be using the phrase.

I began using the phrase, a private joke between the two of us, as a warning to girls to stay away from Al's room."