- Hyphenation: spe‧ci‧fi‧er
- (linguistics) (countable) A specifier is a part of a phrase that is non-recursive and not found as a sister of the head of the phrase.
|parts of speech||noun - verb - adjective - adnoun - adverb - determinative/determiner - article - participle - pronoun - conjunction - preposition - interjection|
|grammatical functions||head - dependent - subject - predicate - predicator - object - complement - predicative complement - predicative adjunct - predicative oblique - appositive oblique - modifier - supplement- adjunct - determiner/specifier|
|clauses||main clause - dependent clause - subordinate clause - relative clause|