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goeswith: goes with

This relation links two or more parts of a word that are separated in text that is not well edited. These parts should be written together as one word according to the orthographic rules of a given language. The head is always the first part, the other parts are attached to it with the goeswith relation (for consistency, similarly as in flat, fixed and conj).

The first part of the word is given the part of speech that the word would have been given if written together, while the later parts of the word are given the POS X. Similarly, only the first part can have a lemma and morphological features. And while the annotation of morphological features is optional, if the treebank does have features, then Typo=Yes must be used with the goeswith head.

Note also that only the last word part may be annotated with SpaceAfter=No.

They come here with out legal permission
goeswith(with-4, out-5)
never the less/[SpaceAfter=No] ,
goeswith(never, the)
goeswith(never, less)
For get that !
goeswith(For, get)
obj(For, that)
punct(For, !)

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