Related to objective complement: direct object, appositive, predicate nominative, predicate adjective, indirect object
See object complement.
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a noun, noun phrase, pronoun, or adjective used in the predicate following a factitive verb and referring to or identified with its direct object, as treasurer in We appointed him treasurer or white in They painted the house white.Also called objective complement.
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