Predikat

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Dalam tata bahasa, predikat adalah bagian kalimat yang menandai apa yang dikatakan oleh pembicara tentang subjek. Pada beberapa bahasa, misalnya bahasa-bahasa dalam rumpun bahasa Indo-Eropa, predikat harus mengandung unsur verba. Predikat dapat diikuti antara lain oleh objek dan adverbia. Kata predikat berasal dari bahasa Latin praedicatum yang artinya ialah "apa yang sedang dibicarakan".

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