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A Syntactic Phrase is a string of terminals that are a syntactic unit (within a sentence that abides to some grammar).
- It can have Phrasal Meaning.
- a Natural Language Phrase/Linguistic Phrase, such as a noun phrase.
- a Computer Program Phrase, such as the For Loop Definition.
- a Named Entity Mention, a string of terminals that may not necessarily be a syntactic unit.
- See: Formal Grammar.