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syn·tac·tic

 (sĭn-tăk′tĭk) or syn·tac·ti·cal (-tĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or conforming to the rules of syntax.

[Greek suntaktikos, putting together, from suntaktos, constructed, from suntassein, to construct; see syntax.]

syn·tac′ti·cal·ly adv.

syntactic

(sɪnˈtæktɪk)
adj
1. (Logic) Also: syntactical relating to or determined by syntax
2. (Logic) logic linguistics describable wholly with respect to the grammatical structure of an expression or the rules of well-formedness of a formal system
3. (Linguistics) logic linguistics describable wholly with respect to the grammatical structure of an expression or the rules of well-formedness of a formal system
synˈtactically adv

syn•tac•tic

(sɪnˈtæk tɪk)

also syn•tac′ti•cal,



adj.
of or pertaining to syntax.
[1570–80; < New Latin syntacticus < Greek syntaktikós=syntakt(ós) ordered, v. adj. of syntássein to arrange together (syn- syn- + tássein to arrange) + -ikos -ic; compare tactic]
syn•tac′ti•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.syntactic - of or relating to or conforming to the rules of syntax; "the syntactic rules of a language"
Translations

syntactic

[sɪnˈtæktɪk] syntactical [sɪnˈtæktɪkəl] ADJsintáctico

syntactic

[sɪnˈtæktɪk] adjsyntaxique

syntactic(al)

adjsyntaktisch

syntactic

[sɪnˈtæktɪk] syntactical [sɪnˈtæktɪk(l)] adjsintattico/a
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