Appositive

Ap·pos'i·tive adjective Of or relating to apposition; in apposition. -- noun A noun in apposition. -- Ap*pos'i*tive*ly , adverb « Appositive to the words going immediately before. Knatchbull. »
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Appositive

• (n.) A noun in apposition. • (a.) Of or relating to apposition; in apposition.
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appositive

appositive 1. Words, or phrases, that refer to the same person or thing and have the same relationship to other sentence elements. 2. An adjective, or adjectival phrase, directly following the noun it modifies. In the sentence, 'His friend, Martin' the name 'Martin' is in apposition to 'His friend'.
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