Definition of Attributively. Meaning of Attributively. Synonyms of Attributively

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Definition of Attributively

Attributively
Attributively At*trib"u*tive*ly, adv. In an attributive manner.

Meaning of Attributively from wikipedia

- agree only when they are used attributively, and in Hungarian, they agree only when they are used predicatively: Attributive verb Flat adverb Grammatical...
- English (and in most European languages), verb forms that can be used attributively are typically non-finite formsparticiples and infinitives — as well...
- an attributive expression is a word or phrase within a noun phrase that modifies the head noun. It may be an: attributive adjective attributive noun...
- noun knee can be said to be used substantively in my knee hurts, but attributively in the patient needed knee replacement. Nouns have sometimes been defined...
- Adjectives and adjective phrases function in two basic ways, attributively or predicatively. An attributive adjective (phrase) precedes the noun of a noun phrase...
- An expletive attributive is an adjective or adverb (or adjectival or adverbial phrase) that does not contribute to the meaning of a sentence, but is used...
- In grammar, a noun adjunct, attributive noun, qualifying noun, noun (pre)modifier, or apposite noun is an optional noun that modifies another noun; it...
- taking the 〜の particles when functioning attributively (in the genitive case), and verbs in the attributive form (連体形 rentaikei). These are considered...
- Lankan English. In Indian English, the word is used both as an attributive and non-attributive noun with either an unmarked or marked ("-s") plural, respectively...
- which function attributively (like adjectives) – the main differences being that nouns take a 〜の -no suffix when acting attributively, while these words...
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