Predicative Definition

adjective

(grammar, of an adjectival or nominal) Used after a verb, as a predicate; contrasted with attributive.

In the sentence, ‘This house is big’, ‘big’ is predicative, whereas in ‘This is a big house’, it is attributive.
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attributive
noun

(grammar) An element of the predicate of a sentence which supplements the subject or object by means of the verb. Predicatives may be nominal or adjectival.

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Other Word Forms of Predicative

Noun

Singular:
predicative
Plural:
predicatives

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