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predeterminer

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌpriː.dɪˈtɜː.mɪ.nər/ US  /-diːˈtɝː.mə.nɚ/ specialized
in grammar, a word which is sometimes used before a determiner to give more information about a noun in a noun phrase
前位限定词,前位限定成分(置于限定词前)
In the phrases 'all these children' and 'once a day', the words 'all' and 'once' are predeterminers.
在短语 all these children 和 once a day 中,all 和 once 都是前位限定成分。
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