Object complement

In grammar, an object complement is a predicative expression that follows a direct object of an attributive ditransitive verb or resultative verb and that complements the direct object of the sentence by describing it.[1][2][3] Object complements are constituents of the predicate. Noun phrases and adjective phrases most frequently function as object complements.[4]

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