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conj: conjunct

A conjunct is the relation between two elements connected by a coordinating conjunction, such as and, or, or a comma or other punctuation. We treat coordination asymmetrically in what is known as the Stanford style: The head of the relation is the first conjunct and all the other conjuncts depend on it via the conj relation.

Он старый и мудрый мужчина . \n He-is old and wise man .
conj(старый, мудрый)
conj(old, wise)
У нас есть яблоки , груши , апельсины и бананы . \n By us are apples , pears , oranges and bananas .
nsubj(есть, яблоки)
nsubj(are, apples)
conj(яблоки, груши)
conj(яблоки, апельсины)
conj(яблоки, бананы)
conj(apples, pears)
conj(apples, oranges)
conj(apples, bananas)
cc(яблоки, и)
cc(apples, and)
punct(яблоки, ,-5)
punct(яблоки, ,-7)
punct(apples, ,-17)
punct(apples, ,-19)

Coordinate clauses are treated the same way as coordination of other constituent types:

Он пришел домой , помылся и пошел в кровать . \n He came home , showered-himself and went to bed .
conj(пришел, помылся)
conj(пришел, пошел)
conj(came, showered-himself)
conj(came, went)
punct(пришел, ,-4)
punct(came, ,-15)
cc(пришел, и)
cc(came, and)

See universal/conj for more details on various coordination-related issues.


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