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cc: coordinating conjunction

A cc is the relation between the first conjunct and the coordinating conjunction delimiting another conjunct.

See the conj relation, for more information. Punctuation that delimit the conjuncts are indicated with punct relation.

Elma ve armut aldık . \n We both apples and oranges .
cc(armut, ve)
conj(Elma, armut)
Geldiler ve film başladı . \n They arrived and the movie started.
cc(başladı, ve)
conj(Geldiler, başladı)
Okudum ama hiçbirşey anlamadım . \n I read it but I did not understand anything
cc(anlamadım, ama)
conj(Okudum, anlamadım)
Ali ile Ayşe'yi gördüm .  \n I saw Ali and Ayşe
conj(Ali, Ayşe'yi)
cc(Ayşe'yi, ile)

Note that in instrumental or commutative usage of ile the relation case is used.

Ya Ayşe ya Ali oradadır . \n Either Ayşe or Ali would be there .
cc(Ali, ya-3)
cc(Ayşe, Ya-1)
conj(Ayşe, Ali)
Ne Ayşe ne Ali geldi . \n Neither Ayşe nor Ali came .
cc(Ali, ne-3)
cc(Ayşe, Ne-1)
conj(Ayşe, Ali)
Almak isterim de çok pahalı . \n I want to buy but it is too expensive
cc(pahalı, de)
conj(isterim, pahalı)

A coordinating conjunction at the beginning of a sentence, even there is no conj is also called cc.

Ve film başladı . \n And, the movie started.
cc(başladı, Ve)

cc in other languages: [bej] [bg] [bm] [cop] [cs] [de] [el] [en] [es] [et] [eu] [fi] [fr] [fro] [ga] [gsw] [hy] [it] [ja] [kk] [no] [pcm] [pt] [ro] [ru] [sv] [swl] [tr] [u] [vi] [yue] [zh]