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  • 141helping verb. — See auxiliary verb. [1815 25] * * * …

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  • 142intransitive verb — a verb that indicates a complete action without being accompanied by a direct object, as sit or lie, and, in English, that does not form a passive. [1605 15] * * * …

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  • 143main verb — a word used as the final verb in a verb phrase, expressing the lexical meaning of the verb phrase, as drink in I don t drink, going in I am going, or spoken in We have spoken. * * * …

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  • 144nonfinite verb — a verb form that does not indicate person or number; in English, the infinitive and participles. [1970 75] * * * …

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  • 145phrasal verb — Gram. a combination of verb and one or more adverbial or prepositional particles, as catch on, take off, bring up, or put up with, functioning as a single semantic unit and often having an idiomatic meaning that could not be predicted from the… …

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  • 146prepositional verb — Gram. a combination of verb and preposition, often with idiomatic meaning, differing from other phrasal verbs in that an object must always follow the preposition, as take after in The children take after their mother. Cf. phrasal verb. [1960 65] …

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  • 147pro-verb — /proh verrb /, n. Gram. a word that can substitute for a verb or verb phrase, as do in They never attend board meetings, but we do regularly. [1905 10; by analogy with PRONOUN] * * * …

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  • 148transitive verb — Gram. a verb accompanied by a direct object and from which a passive can be formed, as deny, rectify, elect. [1580 90] * * * …

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  • 149two-word verb — /tooh werrd /, Gram. a phrasal verb. * * * …

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  • 150verb phrase — Gram. 1. a group of words including a verb and its complements, objects, or other modifiers that functions syntactically as a verb. In English a verb phrase combines with a noun or noun phrase acting as subject to form a simple sentence. 2. a… …

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  • 151Semitic verb inflection — ▪ Table Semitic verb inflection Northwest Semitic Southwest Semitic East Semitic Hebrew Arabic Ge ez Akkadian imperative bury! qə e07;or (u)qbur qəbər qubur jussive/preterite may you be buried; you buried ti qbor ta qbur tə qbər ta qbur… …

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  • 152Variations in verb inflections — ▪ Table Variations in verb inflections Northern Midland Southern infinitive sing singe(n) singen present participle singand singende singinde present singular 1st person singe singe singe 2nd person singis singes(t) singst 3rd person singis… …

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  • 153pronominal verb — noun (in some languages) A form of reflexive verb that has an attached pronoun …

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  • 154reporting verb — noun A verb used to repeat something that was previously said. The verb say is a common reporting verb …

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  • 155control verb — noun A verb which takes multiple arguments, one of which is another verb, such that one of the control verbs arguments (possibly its subject) is semantically both an argument of the control verb and an argument of the other verb …

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  • 156copular verb — noun A verb that links a subject to a complement that refers to the subject. That soup smells delicious. Syn: linking verb, copula …

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  • 157verb — 1. noun /vɜː(r)b/ A word that indicates an action, event, or state. The word “speak” is an English verb. 2. verb /vɜː(r)b/ a) To use any word that is not a verb (especially a noun) as if it were a verb. Haig, in congressional hearings before his… …

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  • 158separable verb — noun A verb that is composed of a stem and a separable affix, which can be detached from the stem in several verb forms …

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  • 159concrete verb — noun Concrete verb refers to a verbal aspect in verbs of motion that is unidirectional (as opposed to multidirectional), a definitely directed motion, or a single, completed action (instead of a repeated action or series of actions). Concrete… …

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  • 160defective verb — noun A verb with an incomplete conjugation; for example, one that can only be conjugated in certain persons and numbers. The verb can is defective in most English dialects, as it lacks an infinitive …

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