morphosyntax

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mor·pho·syn·tax

 (môr′fō-sĭn′tăks′)
n.
1. The study of grammatical categories or linguistic units that have both morphological and syntactic properties.
2. The set of rules that govern linguistic units whose properties are definable by both morphological and syntactic criteria.

morphosyntax

(ˌmɔːfəʊˈsɪntæks)
n
(Linguistics) linguistics the study of the interaction of morphology and syntax
Translations

morphosyntax

[ˌmɔːfəʊˈsɪntæks] Nmorfosintaxis f inv
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