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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. The head of the relation is the first conjunct and all the other conjuncts depend on it via the conj relation.

Je to starý a moudrý muž . \n Is he old and wise man .
conj(starý, moudrý)
conj(old, wise)
Máme jablka , hrušky , pomeranče a banány . \n We-have apples , pears , oranges and bananas .
obj(Máme, jablka)
obj(We-have, apples)
conj(jablka, hrušky)
conj(jablka, pomeranče)
conj(jablka, banány)
conj(apples, pears)
conj(apples, oranges)
conj(apples, bananas)
cc(banány, a)
cc(bananas, and)
punct(hrušky, ,-3)
punct(pomeranče, ,-5)
punct(pears, ,-13)
punct(oranges, ,-15)

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

Přišel domů , osprchoval se a hned šel do postele . \n He-came home , showered himself and immediately went to bed .
conj(Přišel, osprchoval)
conj(Přišel, šel)
conj(He-came, showered)
conj(He-came, went)
punct(osprchoval, ,-3)
punct(showered, ,-15)
cc(šel, a)
cc(went, and)

See universal/conj for more details on various coordination-related issues. Note that the present conversion procedure loses some annotations of shared modifiers and nested coordination.

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