Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Predicate"

The meaning of "Predicate" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to predicate on something mean?
A: It means to affirm or assert / state something.

This word is almost never used in everyday speech, and is not common in academic writing (except for fields like law or something else requiring theoretical analysis)
Q: What does predicate (as a noun) mean?
A: In grammar, a predicate is the part of the sentence attached to the main verb and objects of the sentence. (The subject is the part of the sentence attached to the main noun.)

In philosophy, a predicate is a trait that can be part of the idea of something.
Q: What does predicate (as a noun) mean?
A: Nope. It is a grammar term - see https://www.lexico.com/definition/predicate
Q: What does predicate verb mean?
A: The predicate and the verb tells us in a sentence what a subject is or what it does.

Example:
[Your neighbor]-subject [plays]-verb [baseball for a living.]-predicate

Example sentences using "Predicate"

Q: Please show me example sentences with 'predicate'.
A: Hi, I understand 'predicate' in grammar and the verb definition… I just need exmples of using the word in a sentence…
Q: Please show me example sentences with verbal predicate.
A: how I speak to english

Synonyms of "Predicate" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between predicate and verb ?
A: predicate = modifies (extra information) a subject. can have a verb in it!
verb = an action word.

ex: John walks fast.
"John" is the subject.
"walks fast" is the predicate.
"walks" is the verb.

hope this makes sense!! ^^

Translations of "Predicate"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? predicate
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? predicate
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What is predicate and how can I use in sentence
A: What is it that you, predicated?
What did they predicate?

Other questions about "Predicate"

Q: How to use the predicate when the subject is EACH or modified by EACH?
A: Yes! Thanks for your detailed explanation!
Q: Could you explain why there are two predicate verbs "leave" and "guarantee" in the following sentence? Thanks.

Preparing for a trip before you leave can guarantee you that you will have a good time because you'll know what to expect.
A: "Preparing for a trip before you leave" is the subject of the sentence so "leave" isn't used in the predicate
Q: How's the predicate noun meaning?
And,how to use it?
A: A predicate is a part of a sentence. The predicate contains a verb and says something about the subject of the sentence. For example, John went home. "went home" is the predicate. It tells you something about the subject, John.
Q: Can I omit the predicate when I write a sentence? The predicate is a verb or some words?
A: No you cannot omit the predicate. A full and complete sentence is

subject + predicate

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