metasyntactic

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metasyntactic

  1. (linguistics) Used in describing syntax
    • 2001: Metasyntactic values, in the sense I'm using here, are descriptive of syntax, as for example the nonterminals of a Chomsky grammar. — John N. Shutt in What is Grammar?

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