Definition of Partitively. Meaning of Partitively. Synonyms of Partitively

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Definition of Partitively

Partitively
Partitively Par"ti*tive*ly, adv. In a partitive manner.

Meaning of Partitively from wikipedia

- In linguistics, the partitive is a word, phrase, or case that indicates partialness. Nominal partitives are syntactic constructions, such as "some of...
- nickname, "The Gipper", which is still used today in reference to him. A partitive article is a type of article, sometimes viewed as a type of indefinite...
- The partitive case (abbreviated PTV, PRTV, or more ambiguously PART) is a grammatical case which denotes "partialness", "without result", or "without...
- Partitive plural is a grammatical number that is used to modify a noun which represents a part of some whole amount, as opposed to the comprehensive plural...
- indicated by the noun being modified ("Janet's husband") composition (see Partitive): substance ("a wheel of cheese") elements ("a group of men") source ("a...
- genitive case when it is translated into Latin. It also indicates the partitive, in which the material is quantified: "a group of people"; "a number of...
- In arithmetic, quotition and partition are two ways of viewing fractions and division. In quotition division one asks, "how many parts are there?"; While...
- Partible inheritance is a system of inheritance in which property is apportioned among heirs. It contrasts in particular with primogeniture, which was...
- of the partitive plural is rather variable, but the basic principle is to add '-i-' to the inflecting stem, followed by the '-(t)a' partitive ending....
- respects including: Shared morphology: case suffixes such as genitive -n, partitive -(t)a / -(t)รค ( < Proto-Uralic *-ta, originally ablative), essive -na...