conjunctive definition

  • adjective:
    • Joining; connective.
    • Joined together; combined: the conjunctive focus of governmental resistance.
    • Grammar Of, regarding, or being a conjunction.
    • Grammar Serving to get in touch elements of definition and construction within sentences, as and and because, or between sentences, as consequently.
    • associated with a conjunction
    • of a personal pronoun, used just in instant combination because of the verb that the pronoun could be the subject, such as French je or Irish sé
    • Subjunctive: inflected to point that an act or condition to be is possible, contingent or hypothetical, rather than a well known fact.
    • of or concerning rational conjunction
    • Serving to unite; linking together.
    • Closely united.
    • relating to the joint activity of a couple of
    • serving or tending to link
  • noun:
    • Grammar A connective word, especially a conjunction or conjunctive adverb.
    • In grammar, the conjunctive mode. See above.
    • In mathematics, the sum of logical built-in features, each afflicted with an arbitrary multiplier. The sum is considered the conjunctive associated with functions.
    • an uninflected function word that acts to conjoin terms or expressions or conditions or phrases
  • others:
    • Closely connected or united.
    • Connecting; connective; uniting; offering to get in touch or unite.

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