predicatid

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predicatid (plural predicatids)

  1. (grammar) A portion of a predicate that lacks time indication.
    • 1968, Janua linguarum: Series maior, volume 23, page 70:
      In the subclassification of predicatids into activity and non-activity predicatids, the do it predicatids, as activity predicatids, contrast with the do so and so ...do predicatids, as non-activity predicatids.