Definition of object clause in English:

object clause

noun

Grammar
  • A clause that is the object of a verb.

    ‘5.6 per cent of the sentences were simple Subject + Verb + Object clause’
    • ‘These reports contain an object clause beginning with 'that' and followed by a complete sentence.’
    • ‘You can omit 'that' unless it is a subject or object clause.’
    • ‘A declarative content clause consists of object clause and appositive clause.’
    • ‘You can add the indirect object directly after the the verb 'say' before the object clause, but it is redundant and somewhat ambiguous.’
    • ‘Its second clause, 'thou art the man', is a simple dependent first object clause, actively constructed.’