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syntagma

[ sin-tag-muh ]
/ s瑟n藞t忙g m蓹 /
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noun, plural syn路tag路mas, syn路tag路ma路ta [sin-tag-muh-tuh]. /s瑟n藞t忙g m蓹 t蓹/. Linguistics.
an element that enters into a syntagmatic relationship.
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Also syn路tagm [sin-tam]. /藞s瑟n t忙m/.

Origin of syntagma

1635鈥45; <Greek s媒ntagma something put together, equivalent to syntag- (see syntactic) + -ma resultative noun suffix
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British Dictionary definitions for syntagma

syntagma

syntagm (藞s瑟n藢t忙m)

/ (s瑟n藞t忙伞m蓹) /

noun plural -tagmata (-藞t忙伞m蓹t蓹) or -tagms
a syntactic unit or a word or phrase forming a syntactic unit
a systematic collection of statements or propositions

Word Origin for syntagma

C17: from Late Latin, from Greek, from suntassein to put in order; see syntax
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