• Definition for "form class"
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form class definition

  • noun:
    • a collection of words that have more than one grammatical or syntactic qualities in keeping, like the class of transitive verbs in English.
    • a couple of words which have one or more grammatical or syntactic attributes in keeping, for instance the course of transitive verbs in English.
    • an accumulation organisms that is given formal recognition on position of course with a taxonomic title, but which will be considered an artificial team without a normal one.
    • A collection of organisms which given formal recognition at the rank of class with a taxonomic name, but which is known to be an artificial team in the place of an all-natural one.
    • the old-fashioned kinds of words meant to mirror their functions in a grammatical context
    • among old-fashioned kinds of terms designed to mirror their particular features in a grammatical framework
    • a couple of terms which have more than one grammatical or syntactic attributes in accordance, including the course of transitive verbs in English.
    • A collection of organisms that is provided formal recognition at ranking of class with a taxonomic title, but which will be considered to be an artificial group versus an all-natural one.
    • one of several traditional categories of words designed to reflect their particular features in a grammatical context
    • A set of words that have several grammatical or syntactic qualities in accordance, like the class of transitive verbs in English.
    • A set of terms that have several grammatical or syntactic faculties in keeping, for instance the class of transitive verbs in English.
    • an accumulation of organisms this is certainly given formal recognition at ranking of class with a taxonomic name, but that is known to be an artificial group in place of an all-natural one.
    • an accumulation of organisms that's provided formal recognition within position of course with a taxonomic name, but which can be regarded as an artificial group instead of a normal one.
    • one of several traditional categories of words designed to mirror their particular functions in a grammatical context
    • the standard kinds of words meant to mirror their features in a grammatical context
    • a couple of terms having one or more grammatical or syntactic faculties in accordance, such as the class of transitive verbs in English.
    • A collection of organisms that is provided formal recognition at the ranking of course with a taxonomic title, but that is considered to be an artificial team as opposed to a natural one.
    • one of several old-fashioned categories of words intended to reflect their particular features in a grammatical context
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