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extrapose

[ ek-struh-pohz ]
/ 藢蓻k str蓹藞po蕣z /
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verb (used with object), ex路tra路posed, ex路tra路pos路ing.Linguistics.
to shift (a syntactic construction) to the end of a sentence.
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Origin of extrapose

Back formation from extraposition
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