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Synonyms for predicate

be predicated on

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  • be based on
  • rest on
  • be founded on
  • be built on
  • be established on
  • be grounded on

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to provide a basis for

Synonyms for predicate

(logic) what is predicated of the subject of a proposition

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one of the two main constituents of a sentence

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make the (grammatical) predicate in a proposition

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affirm or declare as an attribute or quality of

involve as a necessary condition of consequence

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But the investigation can be triggered if there's a predicate crime involved.
The meaning of the normative predicate "is good" could also be suggested to consist of some descriptions "R" and "S," which a competent speaker must know and which an object must satisfy in order to count as good.
The scientific basis for these four decisions include a failure to demonstrate that increased yields of harmful or potentially harmful constituents, higher levels of menthol, and/or the addition of new ingredients in the currently marketed products when compared to the predicate products do not raise different questions of public health.
Chapters four and five provide excellent treatments of property elimination (ostrich nominalism) and property reduction (for example, to predicates, concepts, classes, and so on).
By explicitly incorporating these statutes by reference as RICO predicate offenses, Congress also unmistakably intended RICO to apply extraterritorially when [section] 2332 or [section] 2423(c) form the basis for RICO liability.
The predicate join is found in patterns with the preposition with too, NP1 JOIN [PP with NP2], in which case there also seems to be an asymmetric relation between NP1 and NP2:
Borrowing the Limitations Period Based on the Alleged Predicate Offenses
1) to describe the semantic types of the predicate in the Votic language and their relations to the semantics and the form of the subject;
As has been shown within the LCM, the use of verbs in the caused-motion construction is not a matter the semantics of the predicate, but rather of the nature of the predicate along with different cognitive constraints which either license or blocks out motion.
Burge marks occurrences of the truth predicate with names for the various contexts in which the predicate occurs.
For our purposes, it is convenient to think of instances of FOS as set-theoretic structures with the usual formation rules being part of the definition of a set-theoretic predicate that characterizes these structures.
In order to abstract away the superficial domain description, DTM uses second-order Markov logic, where formulas contain predicate variables (Kok and Domingos 2007) to model common structures among first-order formulas.
Conjugation of non-verbal predicates produces constructions similar to verbal predicate constructions.
The grammar describes such features as morphology, pronouns and conjunction, post-verbal particles in complex predicates, aspect expressing complex predicates, and embedded S-complements and VP-complements.