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A self-contained segment of language. Sentences are normally segregated from one another in text by some sort of punctuation and in speech by some sort of prosody (change in vocal intonation). A sentence is usually independently meaningful or can be understood to some extent even if it is taken out of context.
Keywords: idiom
word
language
grammar
References: comprehension
context
information/entropy
intelligence
learning
lexicography
linguistic strata
natural language
semantics
syntax
words/morphology

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