Origin of syntactic
Examples from the Web for syntactic
Language use seems so natural that its syntactic and value-loaded conventions are not questioned.
Only at that moment did language gain a semantic and syntactic dimension (as we call them in today's terminology).
Syntactic relation is the relation of the parts of speech to each other as integral parts of a sentence.
The purposes for which the processes are used are derivation, modification, and syntactic relation.
Syntactic relation must not be confounded with the relation expressed by prepositions.