Il complemento concessivo indica un fatto oppure una condizione che, pur ostacolando il verificarsi dell’azione espressa dal predicato, non ne impedisce l’effettuazione.



In sostanza, il complemento concessivo indica la condizione nonostante la quale si verifica comunque l’azione espressa dal predicato.
Il complemento concessivo è introdotto dalle preposizione con, nonostante, malgrado oppure da locuzioni prepositive come a dispetto di.



1. Nonostante il caldo siamo usciti.
Nonostante il caldo
(noi)
siamo usciti

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