(Verb)+flektieren

  • 161modal verb — noun An auxiliary verb whose primary function is to express mood. Syn: modal, modal auxiliary …

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  • 162direct verb — noun A verb that agrees in person and number with the subject of a clause, by conjugation. Conjugation is a form of inflection …

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  • 163auxiliary verb — noun A verb that accompanies the main verb in a clause in order to make distinctions in tense, mood, voice or aspect. Syn: helping verb Ant: full verb …

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  • 164labile verb — noun A transitive verb, such as break, burn, or boil, which may be used intransitively with the object of the action as the subject. The verb break is labile because it can be used both transitively: I broke the window, and intransitively: the… …

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  • 165irregular verb — noun A verb that does not follow the normal rules for its conjugation …

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  • 166ergative verb — noun An ambitransitive verb where the patient is the object of the transitive, but becomes the experiencer of the intransitive use. Break is ergative because when we say The window broke , the window is the thing getting broken, it is not the… …

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  • 167non-finite verb — noun A verb form that lacks a subject, is not inflected by tense, aspect, mood, number, gender or person and cannot serve as a predicate. Syn …

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  • 168preterite-present verb — noun A type of verb specific to Germanic languages in which the present tense forms resemble strong preterite forms …

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  • 169abstract verb — noun Abstract verb refers to a verbal aspect in verbs of motion that is multidirectional (as opposed to unidirectional), an indirect motion, or a repeated action or series of actions (instead of a single, completed action). Abstract verbs are… …

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  • 170reflexive verb — noun A verb whose subject and direct object are the same. The verb ask in ask yourself is a reflexive verb …

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  • 171verb-object — noun a) verb object compound, such as chīfàn in Putonghua b) verb object phrase …

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  • 172full verb — noun A verb with its own meaning: a verb that is not an auxiliary verb. In They have it , have is a full verb, but in They have done it , its an auxiliary verb. Syn: main verb Ant: auxiliary verb …

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  • 173finite verb — noun A verb inflected for person and tense that can stand on its own as a complete sentence. Ant: non finite verb, verbal …

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  • 174regular verb — noun A verb which conjugates regularly. In English, a verb which uses an ed suffix to form its past participle …

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  • 175phrasal verb — noun A phrase consisting of a verb and either or both a preposition or adverb, that has idiomatic meaning …

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  • 176intradirective verb — noun An intransitive verb in which the subject both actively performs and undergoes the action, as in verbs of motion such as walk, go, fly. In I walked to the store , the verb walk is intradirective, as the person undergoing the action is… …

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  • 177progressive verb — noun A form of a verb in which its gerund (or present participle) is used with any form of the verb to be Examples: I am defining. It had been snowing …

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  • 178helping verb — noun An auxiliary verb; a verb that accompanies the main verb in a clause …

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  • 179verb phrase — noun a) A construction in a clause consisting of a verb and its internal complements, objects, or modifiers. b) A phrase that functions syntactically as a verb, consisting of a main verb and any auxiliaries …

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  • 180transitive verb — noun A verb that is accompanied (either clearly or implicitly) by a direct object in the active voice. It links the action taken by the subject with the object upon which that action is taken. Consequently, transitive verbs can also be used in… …

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