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dative definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, regarding, or being the grammatical instance that marks the recipient of action, that often indicates the indirect item of verb, and that can be used with prepositions or other function words corresponding in meaning to English to as well as.
    • Noting the case of a noun which conveys the remoter or indirect object, generally suggested in English by to or for with the aim.
    • this feeling?) (law) In one’s gift; capable of becoming disposed of at will and satisfaction, as an office or any other privilege.
    • this sense?) (legislation) Removable, as distinguished from perpetual; — said of an officer.
    • this sense?) (law) distributed by a judge, as distinguished from being cast upon an event by the legislation it self
    • formed by two electrons contributed by one atom
    • Noting the actual situation of a noun which expresses the remoter item, and it is generally speaking suggested in English by to or even for with the aim.
    • in a single's present; capable of being disposed of at might and enjoyment, as an office.
    • detachable, as distinguished from perpetual; -- said of an officer.
    • written by a magistrate, as distinguished from being cast upon a party by the law.
    • Of, concerning, or being the grammatical case that marks the recipient of activity, that often shows the indirect object of this verb, which can be used with prepositions or other purpose words corresponding in meaning to English to and for.
    • Noting the situation of a noun which expresses the remoter or indirect item, typically indicated in English by to and for with the aim.
    • this feeling?) (legislation) In one’s gift; capable of becoming discarded at might and pleasure, as an office or any other privilege.
    • this feeling?) (law) detachable, as distinguished from perpetual; — stated of an officer.
    • this sense?) (law) Given by a judge, as distinguished from becoming cast upon a party because of the law itself
    • formed by two electrons added by one atom
    • Noting the outcome of a noun which conveys the remoter object, and it is usually suggested in English by to or even for with the aim.
    • in one single's present; with the capacity of being removed at will and satisfaction, as an office.
    • Removable, as distinguished from perpetual; -- stated of an officer.
    • provided by a magistrate, as distinguished from being cast upon a party because of the law.
  • noun:
    • The dative case.
    • A word or form in the dative instance.
    • The dative case.
    • The dative situation. See dative, a., 1.
    • The dative instance. See I., 1.
    • the category of nouns providing while the indirect object of a verb
    • The dative situation.
    • A word or form when you look at the dative instance.
    • The dative case.
    • The dative situation. See dative, a., 1.
    • The dative instance. See I., 1.
    • the sounding nouns serving as the indirect item of a verb
  • others:
    • In grammar, noting one of many instances of nouns and pronouns and adjectives in Indo-European languages, and in others, used most frequently to denote the indirect or remoter object of this activity of a verb, that to or for which any such thing is done.
    • in-law: Noting whatever could be provided or disposed of at pleasure; being in a single's gift.
    • detachable, in difference from perpetual: stated of an officer.
    • provided or appointed by a magistrate or a court of justice, in distinction from understanding given by law or by a testator: since, an executor dative in Scots legislation (comparable to an administrator).
    • In grammar, noting among the situations of nouns and pronouns and adjectives in Indo-European languages, and in some others, utilized most often to denote the indirect or remoter item associated with the action of a verb, that to or even for which anything is done.
    • in-law: Noting what might be offered or removed at pleasure; becoming in one's present.
    • Removable, in distinction from perpetual: said of an officer.
    • provided or appointed by a magistrate or a court of justice, in difference from something written by legislation or by a testator: since, an executor dative in Scots legislation (equivalent to an administrator).
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