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nummod: numeric modifier

A numeric modifier of a noun (nummod) is any number phrase that serves to modify the meaning of the noun with a quantity.

Urrezko domina irabazi zuen atletak 23 urte ditu .

The athlete who won the gold medal is 23 years old .

Urrezko domina irabazi zuen atletak 23 urte ditu . \n Gold medal_the won_who athlete_the 23 years is .

nmod(domina-2, Urrezko-1)
obj(irabazi-3, domina-2)
aux(irabazi-3, zuen-4)
acl(atletak-5, irabazi-3)
nsubj(ditu-8, atletak-5)
nummod(urte-7, 23-6)
obj(ditu-8, urte-7)
punct(ditu-8, .-9)

Hiru puntuak lortu ditugu .

We have got the three points .

Hiru puntuak lortu ditugu . \n Three points_the got have .

nummod(puntuak-2, Hiru-1)
obj(lortu-3, puntuak-2)
aux(lortu-3, ditugu-4)
punct(lortu-3, .-5)

Festa bat ospatu zuten .

They celebreated one party .

Festa bat ospatu zuten . \n Party one celebreated .

obj(ospatu-3, Festa-1)
nummod(Festa-1, bat-2)
aux(ospatu-3, zuten-4)
punct(ospatu-3, .-5)

Saiatuko naiz bi maratoi egiten .

I will try to run two maratons .

Saiatuko naiz bi maratoi egiten . \n I will try to run two maratons .

aux(Saiatuko-1, naiz-2)
nummod(maratoi-4, bi-3)
obj(egiten-5, maratoi-4)
advcl(Saiatuko-1, egiten-5)
punct(Saiatuko-1, .-6)

Note that indefinite quantifiers such as few, many are tagged DET rather than NUM. Therefore their relation to the quantified noun is not nummod but DET (see DET section).


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