I have run into some doubt in the exact wording when formulating definitions in English sentences. Which of these sentences are correct?
Let's call such terms for properties
Let's call such terms properties
In some simple sentences I have no doubts, such as in:
Let's call this a cat
But in others I suddenly am not sure if I am missing a binding word, such as in (edited: a better example added):
Let’s name such things to use in the kitchen for kitchen tools.
In this latter sentence, I really feel that I need the
for to avoid messing up the understanding of the sentence. I am not sure if this
for is just me mixing my native language into it, where you are allowed to say the sentence both with and without the
So, are such sentences missing a binding word such as
for (or something else; maybe a comma?), and how are the rules about when to use it?