suppletive

Suppletive vs Nonsuppletive - What's the difference?

suppletive | nonsuppletive |


As adjectives the difference between suppletive and nonsuppletive

is that suppletive is while nonsuppletive is not suppletive.

Suppletive vs Suppletively - What's the difference?

suppletive | suppletively |


As an adjective suppletive

is .

As an adverb suppletively is

in a suppletive way.

Suppletion vs Suppletive - What's the difference?

suppletion | suppletive |

Suppletion is a see also of suppletive.


In context|grammar|lang=en terms the difference between suppletion and suppletive

is that suppletion is (grammar) more loosely, use of unrelated (or distantly related) words for semantically related words which may not share the same lexical category, such as father/paternal or cow/bovine while suppletive is (grammar) inflected by substituting an unrelated form (for example, in english, the adjectival forms good'', ''better,'' ''best ).

As a noun suppletion

is the supplying of something lacking.

As an adjective suppletive is

(grammar) inflected by substituting an unrelated form (for example, in english, the adjectival forms good'', ''better,'' ''best ).

Suppletory vs Suppletive - What's the difference?

suppletory | suppletive |


As adjectives the difference between suppletory and suppletive

is that suppletory is supplying deficiencies; supplementary while suppletive is (grammar) inflected by substituting an unrelated form (for example, in english, the adjectival forms good'', ''better,'' ''best ).

As a noun suppletory

is a source of supply.

Supplementary vs Suppletive - What's the difference?

supplementary | suppletive |


As adjectives the difference between supplementary and suppletive

is that supplementary is additional; added to supply what is wanted while suppletive is (grammar) inflected by substituting an unrelated form (for example, in english, the adjectival forms good'', ''better,'' ''best ).

Substituting vs Suppletive - What's the difference?

substituting | suppletive |


As a verb substituting

is .

As an adjective suppletive is

(grammar) inflected by substituting an unrelated form (for example, in english, the adjectival forms good'', ''better,'' ''best ).

Suppletive vs Syncretic - What's the difference?

suppletive | syncretic |

Syncretic is a see also of suppletive.

Suppletive is a see also of syncretic.


As adjectives the difference between suppletive and syncretic

is that suppletive is (grammar) inflected by substituting an unrelated form (for example, in english, the adjectival forms good'', ''better,'' ''best ) while syncretic is combining disparate elements in one system, especially as in forms of religious observance, philosophical systems, or artistic creations.