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What is a pronominal?

 

Definition
 

A pronominal is a phrase that functions as a pronoun.

 
Note:

The term pronominal is also used as an adjective to mean "of, constituting, or resembling a pronoun."

Example (English)
 
  • That’s not the one I wanted
  •  
    Source:

    Hartmann and Stork 1972 186

    Generic
      A pronominal is a kind of
     
    Sources
     

    Hartmann and Stork 1972 186

     

    Mish 1991 942


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