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incipient definition

  • adjective:
    • just starting to occur or appear: detecting incipient tumors; an incipient workers problem.
    • beginning, starting, entering presence.
    • starting to be, or even to express; commencing; initial
    • only partly available; imperfectly created
  • noun:
    • newbie
    • A verb tense of this Hebrew language.
  • others:
    • Beginning; commencing; entering on presence or look.
    • In Hebrew grammar, noting the verbal tight or form with prefixed servile letters, otherwise called future, present, and imperfect.
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