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In this case, "icing on the cake" is an idiom. It only has the meaning that it does if all of the words are included. As such, it functions as a single noun in a sentence. You can't separate part of that noun and maintain any of its meaning. So asking if "on the cake" is an adjunct or a complement of "icing" is like asking if "ngbird" is an adjunct or a ...


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