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clause

noun /kloːz/
(linguistics ) a part of a sentence having its own subject and predicate, eg either of the two parts of this sentence
proposición
The sentence ’Mary has a friend who is rich’ contains a main clause and a subordinate (relative) clause.
a paragraph in a contract, will, or act of parliament
cláusula
They insisted on adding a new clause to the contract.
(Definition of clause from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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