1. A Phrase is a combination of two or more words, arranged in a specific grammatical way, acting as a unit in a sentence.
- A group of words that has a distinct, characteristic, colloquial, regional, or proverbial meaning.
(A phrase does not have a subject or a predicate — A phrase is not a true sentence)
— example: “Let’s Go!”
“How are you?”
“Phrase” on Wikipedia
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