nominative absolute

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English[edit]

Examples

His clothes completely soaked, he started to shiver.
All being well, I will attend the meeting tomorrow.

Noun[edit]

nominative absolute (plural nominative absolutes)

  1. (grammar) A grammatically independent element of a sentence realized in English as a noun phrase and a participle or adjective.

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