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component

an item (e.g. a clutch) which is used in the assembly of a final product (e.g. a car). See PARTS FAMILY CODING AND CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM, ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT, REPLACEMENT PART, AFTER-SALES CARE.
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The Part of Speech (POS) tagger that was proposed is developed manually.
What is curious, however, is that the part of speech for a high proportion of these four-character idioms is given in the ABC Dictionary as "F.
To help with tutor training now underway, Anna Kendall offers us insights into how to help students decipher the mysteries of assignment sheets, and Robert Haselwander decodes the arcane rules of the English article ("a/an" and "the") so that tutors can assist ESL students working on mastering this confusing part of speech.
Explicit Language teaching) where the focus is on form (identifying the part of speech, punctuation mark) with no additional talk about meaning or use.
To help the students learn, retain, apply and relate words, the instructional approach focused on connecting the printed form of the word with its pronunciation (the hidden sounds, double & silent letters, and homophones), with its part of speech, singular or plural form, synonym or antonym, English & Arabic meanings, usage, component parts, previously-encountered words and others while presenting the new vocabulary items in each lesson.
Don't think I'm picking only on pseudo-verbs--the practice applies to any word and any part of speech.
Sometimes each sense has its own part of speech (suggesting they should perhaps be separate entries), but usually there is one part of speech for all senses.