I am defining a "thing" with an adjective.
X is a small y.
Then I want to give a clean and simple explanation for the adjective
small --because it can mean several things and I want to make it clear.
So I'd like to continue the sentence with something like:
.. small y. What "small" here means is ...
- What is the correct way to continue with that second sentence in English?
Can I say:
What "small" here means is, that, X [verb (is, doesn't etc)] ..or;
What "small" here means is X [verb (is, doesn't etc)] ..
By correct, I mean, should I use
that? Should I use a comma?