Linking-verb meaning

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The definition of a linking verb is a grammar term for a verb that connects a subject with a noun or adjective that is the subject.

An example of a linking verb is "are" in the sentence, "They are cold."

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A verb (such as be, appear, seem, become) that functions chiefly as a connection between a subject and a predicate complement; copula.
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