parse \PAHRS\, transitive verb:
1. To resolve (as a sentence) into its component parts of speech with an explanation of the form, function, and syntactical relationship of each part.2. To describe grammatically by stating its part of speech, form, and syntactical relationships in a sentence.3. To examine closely or analyze critically, especially by breaking up into components.4. To make sense of; to comprehend.5. (Computer Science) To analyze or separate (input, for example) into more easily processed components.
1. To admit of being parsed.
Parse comes from the Latin pars (orationis), "part (of speech)."
- a state of mind in which a PC owner realizes his computer sucks, then is immediately jealous of all his mac - owning friends.
"I just upgraded to Win 10."
"I got a mac."
"That's a case of mac envy if I ever saw it."
- Brutus: committed suicide after losing to Mark Anthony and Octavian in the Second Battle of Philippi, a war fought to avenge the assassination of Julius Caesar (42 BCE)
- War of Jenkins' Ear: British PM Robert Walpole reluctantly declared war on Spain after a ship's captain brought in his ear, pickled, and told the House of Commons it had been severed by the Spanish coast guard (1739)
- suffragists: some 25,000 women marched in NYC, demanding the right to vote (1915)
- Hungarian Revolution: spontaneous protest began, marking the first anti-Soviet revolt; many thousands were killed or fled; the Hungarian Republic was declared exactly 33 years later (1956)
- iPod: digital music player was launched by Apple (2001)
- Moscow Theater Crisis: Chechen terrorists took 700 hostages; many died during a Russian raid the next day (2002)
- Nicolas Appert 1752
- Gertrude Ederle 1906
- 'Bruiser' (Frank) Kinard 1914
- James Daly 1918
- Ewel Blackwell 1922
- Ned Rorem 1923
- Johnny Carson 1925
- Sonny Criss 1927
- Boozoo Chavis 1930
- Diana Dors 1931
- Jim Bunning 1931
- Juan "Chi-Chi" Rodriguez 1935
- Charlie Foxx 1939
- Pelé 1940
- Eleanor (Ellie) Greenwich 1940
- Michael Crichton 1942
- Barbara Ann Hawkins (The Dixie Cups) 1943
- Greg Ridley (Spooky Tooth) 1947
- Michael Rupert 1951
- Pauline Black (Selecter) 1953
- Dwight Yoakam 1956
- Sam Raimi 1959
- "Weird Al" Yankovic 1959
- Doug Flutie 1962
- Mike Tomczak (NFL) 1962
- Roberto Agustin Trujillo 1964 - Musician (Metallica)
- Al Leiter 1965
- David Thomas (Take 6) 1966
- Brian Nevin (Big Head Todd and the Monsters) 1966
- Junior Bryant (Ricochet) 1968
- Jimmy Wayne 1972
- Keith Van Horn 1975
- Ryan Reynolds 1976
- Masiela Lusha 1985
- Jessica Stroup 1986