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parse

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From Middle English pars, from Old French pars (plural of part), from Latin pars.

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parse (third-person singular simple present parses, present participle parsing, simple past and past participle parsed)

  1. (linguistics) To resolve into its elements, as a sentence, pointing out the several parts of speech, and their relation to each other by government or agreement; to analyze and describe grammatically.
  2. (computing) To split a file or other input into pieces of data that can be easily stored or manipulated.

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NounEdit

parse (plural parses)

  1. (linguistics, computing) A successful act of parsing.
  2. (linguistics, computing) The result of such an act.

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VerbEdit

parse f

  1. Plural of parso
  2. third-person singular past historic of parere

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ParticipleEdit

parse

  1. vocative masculine singular of parsus