Definition of Montague grammar in English:

Montague grammar

noun

Linguistics
  • A linguistic theory which maintains that a grammar is built up from individual syntactic units, each of which has a corresponding semantic unit.

Origin

1970s. From the name of Richard Montague, U.S. logician, who developed the theory + grammar.

Pronunciation

Montague grammar

/ˈmɒntəɡjuː ˌɡramə/