flectional definition

  • adjective:
    • regarding flection; serving to bend or vary, particularly, pertaining to the terminal difference of words; inflectional.
    • effective at, or related to, flection or inflection.
    • regarding flection; providing to flex or differ, especially, related to the terminal variation of words; inflectional.
    • with the capacity of, or related to, flection or inflection.
    • regarding flection; serving to flex or differ, specifically, regarding the terminal variation of words; inflectional.
    • Pertaining to flection; offering to fold or vary, particularly, related to the terminal difference of words; inflectional.
    • with the capacity of, or related to, flection or inflection.
    • with the capacity of, or regarding, flection or inflection.
  • others:
    • regarding flection; offering to bend or vary; particularly, pertaining to the terminal variation of terms; inflectional.
    • regarding flection; serving to flex or differ; particularly, regarding the terminal difference of words; inflectional.
    • related to flection; offering to bend or vary; particularly, related to the terminal difference of terms; inflectional.
    • with respect to flection; offering to flex or differ; specifically, pertaining to the terminal difference of terms; inflectional.

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