treebank

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Etymology[edit]

tree +‎ bank

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Noun[edit]

treebank (plural treebanks)

  1. (linguistics) A database of sentences which are annotated with syntactic information, often in the form of a tree.
    • 2003, Diana Santos, “Timber! Issues in treebank building and use” in Computational Processing of the Portuguese Language, eds. Nuno J. Mamede, Jorge Baptista, Isabel Trancoso, Maria das Gracas Volpe Nunes, p. 152
      If one wants to use a treebank for linguistic investigation, []

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Verb[edit]

treebank (third-person singular simple present treebanks, present participle treebanking, simple past and past participle treebanked)

  1. (linguistics) To parse and annotate sentences according to a treebank.