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    Question Using to+ verb

    Hello

    I have read in one book this expression (can I name it phrase !!) :

    Carpet to meet the testing and product requirements of CRIGPP

    My question: how can I understand using TO here, and what kind of grammar is ?

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    Re: Using to+ verb

    Welcome to the Forum ,

    "Carpet (is supposed) to meet the testing..."

    The verb accompanying TO has been omitted. Also note that "supposed" is just one among several possibilities,
    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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