Some multi-word lexical units can be divided into two parts (the governing part and the dependent part), each of which has its own node. The fact that those form a unit is expressed by using a special functor for the dependent part. This applies to the following cases:
complex predicates.
The dependent part has the CPHR
functor.
Example:
mít dojem (=have the impression) is represented by two nodes with the t-lemmas mít (=have) and dojem (=impression). The node with the t-lemma dojem has the CPHR
functor.
For the analysis of complex predicates see Section 9.3, "Complex predicates".
idiomatic expressions.
The dependent part has the DPHR
functor.
Example:
vzít nohy na ramena (=lit. take (one's) legs on (one's) shoulders) is represented by two nodes with the t-lemmas vzít and nohy_na_ramena. The node with the t-lemma nohy_na_ramena has the DPHR
functor. For a discussion concerning the appropriate form of the t-lemma assigned to the dependent part of an idiomatic expression, see Section 3.1, "Multi-word t-lemma".
For the analysis of idiomatic expressions Section 8, "Idioms (phrasemes)".
complex (coordinating) connectives.
A node representing a conjunction modifier (i.e. the dependent part of a complex connective) has the CM
functor.
Example:
a dokonce (=lit. and even) is represented by two nodes with the t-lemmas a and dokonce. The node with the t-lemma dokonce has the CM
functor.
For the analysis of coordinating connectives, see Section 16, "Co-ordinating connectives and operators".