c-command
Noun

c-command (uncountable)

  1. (syntax) The relationship between a node in a parse tree and its sibling nodes (usually meaning the children of the first branching node that dominates the node) and all the sibling nodes' children.
Verb

c-command (c-commands, present participle c-commanding; past and past participle c-commanded)

  1. (syntax, transitive) To dominate in a c-command relationship.



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