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gram·mar
[gram-er]
NOUN
1.
the study of the way the sentences of a language are constructed; morphology and syntax.
2.
these features or constructions themselves: English grammar.
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an account of these features; a set of rules accounting for these constructions: a grammar of English.
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Generative Grammar. a device, as a body of rules, whose output is all of the sentences that are permissible in a given language, while excluding all those that are not permissible.
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