Definition of predeterminer in English:

predeterminer

noun

Grammar
  • A word or phrase that occurs before a determiner, typically quantifying the noun phrase, for example both or a lot of.

    ‘For what it's worth, the contrast is even starker for me when the predeterminer is both rather than all.’
    ‘Nevertheless, in the singular, they share some characteristics with plurals: for instance, they occur with predeterminer ‘all’ (‘all the committee’, like ‘all the children’;.’

Pronunciation

predeterminer

/priːdɪˈtəːmɪnə/