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idiom, saying; expression; group of words that functions as a single unit (Grammar); short musical passage
formulate in words, express in words; express in a certain manner


phrase
\phrase\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. phrased (?); p. pr. & vb. n. phrasing.] [cf. f. phraser.] to express in words, or in peculiar words; to call; to style. "these suns -- for so they phrase 'em."
phrase
\phrase\, v. i.
1. to use proper or fine phrases. [r.]
2. (mus.) to group notes into phrases; as, he phrases well. see phrase, n., 4.
phrase
\phrase\ (?), n. [f., fr. l. phrasis diction, phraseology, gr. &?;, fr. &?; to speak.] 1. a brief expression, sometimes a single word, but usually two or more words forming an expression by themselves, or being a portion of a sentence; as, an adverbial phrase. "convey" the wise it call. "steal!" foh! a fico for the phrase.
2. a short, pithy expression; especially, one which is often employed; a peculiar or idiomatic turn of speech; as, to err is human.
3. a mode or form of speech; the manner or style in which any one expreses himself; diction; expression. "phrases of the hearth." thou speak'st in better phrase and matter than thou didst.
4. (mus.) a short clause or portion of a period.
note: a composition consists first of sentences, or periods; these are subdivided into sections, and these into phrases.
phrase
book, a book of idiomatic phrases. s. blackie.
phrase
n
1. an expression forming a grammatical constituent of a sentence but not containing a finite verb
2. a short musical passage two to four measures long [syn: musical phrase ]


3. an expression whose meanings cannot be inferred from the meanings of the words that make it up [syn: idiom, idiomatic expression , phrasal idiom, set phrase]
v : put into words or an expression; "he formulated his concerns to the board of trustees" [syn: formulate, word, articulate]




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 set phrase 
 verb phrase 
 phrase book 
 phrase structure 
 melodic phrase 
 bombard phrase 

A sequence of grammatically related words lacking a subject or a predicate, or both.

A group of words,usually in quotes.Telling a search engine to look for the exact entire words.


In everyday speech, a phrase may refer to any group of words. In linguistics, a phrase is a group of words (or sometimes a single word) that form a constituent and so function as a single unit in the syntax of a sentence. A phrase is lower on the grammatical hierarchy than a clause.

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A natural division of the melodic line (like the sentences of speech). In the Classical period, phrases are usually two, four or eight bars long.

Noun
1. an expression forming a grammatical constituent of a sentence but not containing a finite verb
(hypernym) construction, grammatical construction, expression
(hyponym) noun phrase
(part-meronym) headword, head word
(derivation) give voice, formulate, word, articulate
2. a short musical passage
(synonym) musical phrase
(hypernym) passage, musical passage
(hyponym) ligature
(part-holonym) tune, melody, air, strain, melodic line, line, melodic phrase
3. an expression whose meanings cannot be inferred from the meanings of the words that make it up
(synonym) idiom, idiomatic expression, phrasal idiom, set phrase
(hypernym) saying, expression, locution
(hyponym) ruralism, rusticism
(derivation) give voice, formulate, word, articulate
(class) out of whack
Verb
1. put into words or an expression; "He formulated his concerns to the board of trustees"
(synonym) give voice, formulate, word, articulate
(hypernym) express, show, evince
(hyponym) ask
(derivation) idiom, idiomatic expression, phrasal idiom, set phrase


      sharpe      shaper

Geirio = v. to word, to phrase

(v. t.)
To express in words, or in peculiar words; to call; to style.
   (v. i.)
To use proper or fine phrases.
   (v. i.)
To group notes into phrases; as, he phrases well. See Phrase, n., 4.
   (n.)
A short, pithy expression; especially, one which is often employed; a peculiar or idiomatic turn of speech; as, to err is human.
   (n.)
A short clause or portion of a period.
   (n.)
A mode or form of speech; the manner or style in which any one expreses himself; diction; expression.
   (n.)
A brief expression, sometimes a single word, but usually two or more words forming an expression by themselves, or being a portion of a sentence; as, an adverbial phrase.
  

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