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pronominal in Grammar topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpronominalpro‧nom‧i‧nal /prəʊˈnɒmɪnəl $ proʊˈnɑː-/ adjective technical  SLGrelated to or used like a pronounpronominally adverb
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pronominalLyons suggests that this x retains a pronominal element, as well as containing an adverbial element similar to here.The following text illustrates the kind of problem that the pronominal function of gender can pose in translation.The pronominal function of gender reflects a genuine, non-arbitrary distinction between male and female.This continuum stretches from full repetition at one end of the scale to pronominal reference at the other.In these cases, pronominal reference is naturally plural, as with they, them, these, and so on.This line of reasoning is intended to provide a means for felicitous plural and singular pronominal reference under appropriate circumstances.