PARSE

verb. 1. with regard to vision, to disassemble an involved stimulant into its individual parts and traits. 2. with regard to language, to examine a sentence into its constituent portions, like subject, verb, object, and so on, in effort to map its syntactic anatomy.

PARSE: "I'll always remember my seventh grade English teacher for her love of grammar and the parsing of sentence structure."
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