Definition of Modifier. Meaning of Modifier. Synonyms of Modifier

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Definition of Modifier

Modifier
Modifier Mod"i*fi`er, n. One who, or that which, modifies. --Hume.

Meaning of Modifier from wikipedia

- Modifier may refer to: Grammatical modifier, a word that modifies the meaning of another word or limits its meaning Compound modifier, two or more words...
- In grammar, a modifier is an optional element in phrase structure or clause structure. A modifier is so called because it is said to modify (change the...
- In computing, a modifier key is a special key (or combination) on a computer keyboard that temporarily modifies the normal action of another key when pressed...
- A misplaced modifier is a type of ambiguous grammatical construct whereby a grammatical modifier could be misinterpreted as being ****ociated with a word...
- Spacing Modifier Letters is a Unicode block containing characters for the IPA, UPA, and other phonetic transcriptions. Included are the IPA tone marks...
- A modifier letter, in the Unicode Standard, is a letter or symbol typically written next to another letter that it modifies in some way. They generally...
- The term implies that the prin****l function of adverbs is to act as modifiers of verbs or verb phrases. An adverb used in this way may provide information...
- single-word modifier is one word that modifies the meaning of another word, phrase or clause. Single-word modifier may refer to: Grammatical modifier, a word...
- a noun. Compound modifiers are grammatically equivalent to single-word modifiers, and can be used in combination with other modifiers. (In the preceding...
- Access modifiers (or access specifiers) are keywords in object-oriented languages that set the accessibility of cl****es, methods, and other members. Access...
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