A word or phrase used after a verb to complete the predicate?
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Particle: a minor function word that has comparatively little meaning and does not inflect, in particular:
• (in English) any of the class of words such as in, up, off, over, used with verbs to make phrasal verbs.
Complement: one or more words, phrases, or clauses governed by a verb (or by a nominalization or a predicative adjective) that complete the meaning of the predicate.
Gerund: a form that is derived from a verb but that functions as a noun, in English ending in -ing, e.g., asking in do you mind my asking you?
Infinite: another term for nonfinite. Nonfinite is (of a verb form) not limited by tense, person, or number.
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