conjugationally
adverb see conjugation

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  • conjugationally — See conjugational. * * * …   Universalium

  • conjugationally — con·ju·ga·tion·al·ly …   English syllables

  • conjugationally — adverb see conjugational …   Useful english dictionary

  • conjugation — noun Date: 15th century 1. a. a schematic arrangement of the inflectional forms of a verb b. verb inflection c. a class of verbs having the same type of inflectional forms < the weak conjugation > d. a set of the simple or derivative …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • conjugation — conjugational, adj. conjugationally, adv. /kon jeuh gay sheuhn/, n. 1. Gram. a. the inflection of verbs. b. the whole set of inflected forms of a verb or the recital or display thereof in a fixed order: The conjugation of the Latin verb amo… …   Universalium

  • dare — [OE] Dare used to be a widespread Germanic verb, with relatives in Old High German (giturran) and Gothic (gadaursan), but today it survives only in English (the similarlooking Danish turde and Swedish töras are probably not related). It comes via …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • conjugation — /kɒndʒəˈgeɪʃən/ (say konjuh gayshuhn) noun 1. Grammar a. the inflection of verbs. b. the whole set of inflected forms of a verb, or the recital or display thereof in a fixed order: the conjugation of the Latin verb amo begins amō, amās, amat. c.… …   Australian English dictionary

  • dare — [OE] Dare used to be a widespread Germanic verb, with relatives in Old High German (giturran) and Gothic (gadaursan), but today it survives only in English (the similarlooking Danish turde and Swedish töras are probably not related). It comes via …   Word origins

  • conjugation — [kän΄jə gā′shən] n. [ME conjugacion < L conjugatio] 1. a conjugating or being conjugated; union 2. Biol. any of various types of sexual reproduction in which certain algae, fungi, etc. exchange genetic material 3. Gram. a) a methodical… …   English World dictionary

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