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A phrase (/freɪz/) is a group of words with no subject or verb. It acts as a single grammatical unit in a sentence.

A single-word phrase consists of a single word, whereas a multi-word phrase consists of multiple words.

A phrase has a head which determines its syntactic properties. Hence noun phrase, adjective phrase, adverb phrase, verb phrase, prepositional phrase. And finally, adverbial.

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