postpositive

Postpositive vs Birdlike - What's the difference?

postpositive | birdlike |


As adjectives the difference between postpositive and birdlike

is that postpositive is (grammar|of an adjective or other modifier) placed after the word modified, either immediately after, as in two men abreast'', or as part of a complement, as in ''those two men are bad while birdlike is similar to a bird.

As a noun postpositive

is a postpositive modifier.

As an adverb birdlike is

(postpositive) in the manner of a bird; as, to fly birdlike .

Postpositive vs Theretoward - What's the difference?

postpositive | theretoward |


As adjectives the difference between postpositive and theretoward

is that postpositive is (grammar|of an adjective or other modifier) placed after the word modified, either immediately after, as in two men abreast'', or as part of a complement, as in ''those two men are bad while theretoward is (postpositive) leading there (leading toward the destination under discussion).

As a noun postpositive

is a postpositive modifier.

As an adverb theretoward is

toward there (toward the destination under discussion).

Postposition vs Postpositive - What's the difference?

postposition | postpositive | Related terms |

Postposition is a related term of postpositive.


As nouns the difference between postposition and postpositive

is that postposition is (grammar) any of various words in languages such as german, hindi, japanese and finno-ugric languages (estonian, finnish and hungarian) which serve the same purpose as a preposition but come after the noun while postpositive is a postpositive modifier.

As an adjective postpositive is

(grammar|of an adjective or other modifier) placed after the word modified, either immediately after, as in two men abreast'', or as part of a complement, as in ''those two men are bad .

Complement vs Postpositive - What's the difference?

complement | postpositive |


As nouns the difference between complement and postpositive

is that complement is while postpositive is a postpositive modifier.

As a verb complement

is to complete, to bring to perfection, to make whole.

As an adjective postpositive is

(grammar|of an adjective or other modifier) placed after the word modified, either immediately after, as in two men abreast'', or as part of a complement, as in ''those two men are bad .

What is the difference between postpositive and abloom?

postpositive | abloom |


As adjectives the difference between postpositive and abloom

is that postpositive is {{context|grammar|of an adjective or other modifier|lang=en}} placed after the word modified, either immediately after, as in two men abreast'', or as part of a complement, as in ''those two men are bad while abloom is blooming; covered in flowers {{defdate|mid 19th century}}.

As a noun postpositive

is a postpositive modifier.

As a adverb abloom is

(postpositive) in or into bloom; in a blooming state; having flower blooms unfolding {{defdate|mid 19th century}}{{reference-book | last =| first = | authorlink = | coauthors = | editor =brown, lesley | others = | title = the shorter oxford english dictionary | origdate = | origyear = 1933| origmonth = | url = | format = | accessdate = | accessyear = | accessmonth = | edition = 5th | date = | year =2003| month = | publisher =oxford university press | location =oxford, uk | language = | id = | doi = | isbn =978-0-19-860575-7 | lccn = | ol = | pages =5| chapter = | chapterurl = | quote =}}.