What is the difference between proposition and predicate?

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A proposition is a statement that is either true or false (its "truth value"). Example of a proposition: Belgium is a country in Europe. A predicate is a proposition whose truth depends on the value of one or more variables. Example of a predicate: x is a country in Europe. In this example, x is the variable, and the statement is true or false depending on what is chosen for x. For x=Belgium, the statement is true; for x=Egypt, it's false.

A predicate with one variable can be seen as a property, that is true or false of something, where the something is left open. A predicate with two (or more) variables can be seen as a relation between things, where the things are left open.
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