adverb see transitive

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  • transitively — transitive ► ADJECTIVE Grammar ▪ (of a verb) able to take a direct object, e.g. saw in he saw the donkey. The opposite of INTRANSITIVE(Cf. ↑intransitivity). DERIVATIVES transitively adverb transitivity noun. ORIGIN originally in the sense… …   English terms dictionary

  • transitively — adverb in a transitive manner you can use the verb eat transitively or intransitively • Ant: ↑intransitively • Derived from adjective: ↑transitive …   Useful english dictionary

  • Transitively — Transitive Tran si*tive, a. [L. transitivus: cf. F. transitif. See {Transient}.] 1. Having the power of making a transit, or passage. [R.] Bacon. [1913 Webster] 2. Effected by transference of signification. [1913 Webster] By far the greater part… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitively — See transitive. * * * …   Universalium

  • transitively — adverb In a transitive manner. Ant: intransitively …   Wiktionary

  • transitively — adv. temporarily, impermanently, intermediately …   English contemporary dictionary

  • transitively — tran·si·tive·ly …   English syllables

  • transitively — See: transitive …   English dictionary

  • Transitively normal subgroup — In mathematics, in the field of group theory, a subgroup of a group is said to be transitively normal in the group if every normal subgroup of the subgroup is also normal in the whole group. In symbols, H is a transitively normal subgroup of G if …   Wikipedia

  • transitive — transitively, adv. transitiveness, transitivity, n. /tran si tiv, zi /, adj. 1. Gram. having the nature of a transitive verb. 2. characterized by or involving transition; transitional; intermediate. 3. passing over to or affecting something else; …   Universalium

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