transitivity

Wikidiffcom vs Transitivity - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | transitivity |


As a noun transitivity is

(grammar) the degree in which any one verb can take/govern objects.

Transitivity vs Transmitivity - What's the difference?

transitivity | transmitivity |


As nouns the difference between transitivity and transmitivity

is that transitivity is (grammar) the degree in which any one verb can take/govern objects while transmitivity is transmissivity.

Taxonomy vs Transitivity - What's the difference?

taxonomy | transitivity |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and transitivity

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while transitivity is (grammar) the degree in which any one verb can take/govern objects.

Transitivity vs Intransitivity - What's the difference?

transitivity | intransitivity | Antonyms |

Transitivity is an antonym of intransitivity.


In grammar|lang=en terms the difference between transitivity and intransitivity

is that transitivity is (grammar) the degree in which any one verb can take/govern objects while intransitivity is (grammar) the state or quality of being intransitive.

As nouns the difference between transitivity and intransitivity

is that transitivity is (grammar) the degree in which any one verb can take/govern objects while intransitivity is (grammar) the state or quality of being intransitive.

Implication vs Transitivity - What's the difference?

implication | transitivity |


As nouns the difference between implication and transitivity

is that implication is (uncountable) the act of implicating while transitivity is (grammar) the degree in which any one verb can take/govern objects.

Transitive vs Transitivity - What's the difference?

transitive | transitivity |


As a adjective transitive

is making a (l) or passage.

As a noun transitivity is

(grammar) the degree in which any one verb can take/govern objects.

Monotransitive vs Transitivity - What's the difference?

monotransitive | transitivity |


As a adjective monotransitive

is in grammar, pertaining to a transitive verb that takes a single mandatory object, either a direct object or a primary object depending on the language.

As a noun transitivity is

(grammar) the degree in which any one verb can take/govern objects.

Ditransitive vs Transitivity - What's the difference?

ditransitive | transitivity |


As nouns the difference between ditransitive and transitivity

is that ditransitive is (linguistics) a verb that takes both an object and an indirect object while transitivity is (grammar) the degree in which any one verb can take/govern objects.

As a adjective ditransitive

is (linguistics) of a class of verbs which take both an object and an indirect object an example is 'give', which entails a giver (subject), a gift (direct object) and a receiver (indirect object).

Intransitive vs Transitivity - What's the difference?

intransitive | transitivity |


As a adjective intransitive

is (grammar|of a verb) not transitive: not having, or not taking, a direct object.

As a noun transitivity is

(grammar) the degree in which any one verb can take/govern objects.

Degrees vs Transitivity - What's the difference?

degrees | transitivity |


As nouns the difference between degrees and transitivity

is that degrees is while transitivity is (grammar) the degree in which any one verb can take/govern objects.

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