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Related to subjunction: subjugation, subjunctive mood


1. The act of subjoining or the condition of being subjoined.
2. Something subjoined.

[Late Latin subiūnctiō, subiūnctiōn-, from Latin subiūnctus, past participle of subiungere, to subjoin; see subjoin.]


(səbˈdʒʌŋk ʃən)

1. an act of subjoining.
2. the state of being subjoined.
3. something subjoined.
[1625–35; < Late Latin subjunctiō. See subjunctive, -tion]
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Noun1.subjunction - the act of supplementing
expanding upon, expansion - adding information or detail
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We have subjunction of {P;N} to {P} rather than adjunction as in (1).
symbol indicates that {P;N} may characterize an independent sign, but also can occur in the subjunction relation on the right, as a dependent base:
The subjunction of {P;N} to {P} in (2) obeys the basic valency of {P}: "/{P;N}".
In the world beyond subjunction -- where tenses are employed like mere shelves upon which to lodge the choice of this certainty or that destiny -- there is no mode for prayer.
How I searched for some sense of hesitant subjunction in Dr.
Advocates of the paracomplete approach have a response to this concern which will be of interest to anyone seeking to defend a paraconsistent SbV approach, but before looking into this it is worth noting that the counterexample to subjunction is the very dual of that in SbV to adjunction and, moreover, that this counterexample formally establishes the paracomplete nature of spy.
Evidence of the failure of subjunction to be truth-preserving in spv comes from the following fact:
Thus we have a counterexample to subjunction in spv which is the dual of that to adjunction in SbV.
Morphologically, concessive subjunctions are complex, mostly consisting of an adverbial subjunction and a focus particle.
Mostly, they consist of a combination of a focus particle and an adverbial subjunction (which carries the main semantic load of the overall expression):