-ed definition

  • suffix:
    • always form the past tense of regular verbs: tasted.
    • regularly develop the past participle of regular verbs: absorbed.
    • Having; characterized by; resembling: blackhearted.
    • accustomed form past tenses of (regular) verbs. In linguistics, it really is used for the base form of any past kind. See -t for a variant.
    • always develop past participles of (regular) verbs. See -en and -t for alternatives.
    • Used to form adjectives from nouns, into the feeling of obtaining the object represented by the noun.
    • As an extension of this above, whenever made use of with an adjective preceding the noun, describes a thing that has actually an object of a specific quality.
  • others:
    • The cancellation of history participle of regular, or weak, verbs; in addition, of analogous participial adjectives from nouns

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