main clause
Noun

main clause (plural main clauses)

  1. (grammar) A clause that can stand alone syntactically as a complete sentence and contains at least a subject and a verb.
Synonyms Translations
  • German: Hauptsatz
  • Portuguese: oração coordenada
  • Russian: гла́вное предложе́ние



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