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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} belirteç
bir adın anlamını sınırlayan ve bu adı tanımlayan sözcük
(Tıp) Tayin edici, tayin edici faktör
{i} niteleyici sözcük
(Dilbilim) belirleyen
determiner phrase
(Dilbilim) Belirleyici öbeği
Englisch - Englisch
Something that determines, or helps someone to determine, something else

The steel-yards and measures were the only determiners of weight and quantity — as the hour-glass and sun dial were of time — possessed at first (so far as appears) by the passengers of the Pilgrim ship,.

A dependent function in a noun phrase marking the NP as definite or indefinite. This function is usually filled by words in the determinative class but may be filled by other elements such as a genitive pronoun
A member of a class of words functioning in a noun phrase to identify or distinguish a referent without describing or modifying it. Examples of determiners include articles (a, the), demonstratives (this, those), cardinal numbers (three, fifty), and indefinite numerals (most, any, each)
an argument that is conclusive
words that are used with nouns (this computer, a pencil) and limit (i e determine) the reference of the noun in some way Determiners include
{i} adjective or modifier that limits a noun (Grammar)
A word or words used before a noun to indicate whether the noun is something specific or general Articles are a type of determiner, as are quantifiers: Many of the boys hit several balls
a determining or causal element or factor; "education is an important determinant of one's outlook on life"
In grammar, a determiner is a word which is used at the beginning of a noun group to indicate, for example, which thing you are referring to or whether you are referring to one thing or several. Common English determiners are `a', `the', `some', `this', and `each'. a word that is used before a noun in order to show which thing you mean. In the phrases 'the car' and 'some cars', 'the' and 'some' are determiners
one of a limited class of noun modifiers that determine the referents of noun phrases
Articles, possessive adjectives, and demonstratives (this, that, those, these in Mode) that can precede an adjective in a noun phrase in English Having a determiner makes an adjective weak in its inflected forms Determiners are function words
One who, or that which, determines or decides
Determiners are one of the ingredients of noun phrases Along with cardinals and ordinals, they make up the set of specifiers, which assist in reference - that is, determining exactly which of several possible alternative objects in the world is referred to by a noun phrase They come in several varieties - articles, demonstratives, possessives, and quantifying determiners
determiner phrase
(Dilbilim) In linguistics, a determiner phrase (DP) is a syntactic category, a phrase headed by a determiner. In English and many other languages, determiner phrases have a noun phrase as a complement. This is opposed to the alternative view that determiners are specifiers of the noun phrase. The overwhelming majority of grammarians today adopt the DP hypothesis in some form or other
determiner them 2
used to mean 'those'. Many people think this use is incorrect
determiner thine 2
a word meaning your, used before a word beginning with a vowel or 'h'
determiner ye 2
the - used in the names of shops and pubs to make them seem old
demonstrative determiner
a determiner used to demonstrate the identity of the thing referenced by the following noun; in English, they include this, these, that and those

In the sentence I like this dictionary the word this is a demonstrative determiner.

possessive determiner
A determiner used to demonstrate the possession of the thing referenced by the following noun; in English, they include my, his, her, our, your, its and their
plural of determiner
neither 1,pronoun determiner
not one or the other of two people or things either
several 1,pronoun determiner
a number of people or things that is more than a few, but not a lot