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Synonyms for conjugational

of, relating to, or tending to produce combination

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The conjugational commitment is a tool, appearing the level of security and the gap/flaw between the life partners [4].
root has /a, i, & u/, the conjugational vowel is /i/ and if the root has /[?
Affixal variation within the regular conjugational system is thus largely confined to the patterns in table 2.
Conjugational transfer of wide host range R--plasmids bearing [bla.
The potential for conjugational transfer of imipenem resistance was examined in filter matings by using Escherichia coli 20R764 ([lac.
The stem bearf was very productive in Old English word formation, and some of the commonly used derivatives were nouns bearfedness, bearflicness, adjectives bearfa, bearfendlic, bearfleas, adverbs bearflice, bearflease and finally weak verbs bearfan, (ge)bearfian, bebearfian, which may have contributed to their confusion with the conjugational patterns of preterite-present bearf.
This could happen when only some conjugational forms occurred in the palatalizing environment.
M o r p h o l o g i c a l: Modals may have a distinctive, and often defective, conjugational paradigm.
lt;wine>: Campbell 1959: [section] [section]585, 599), or conjugational categories as in <sie> (e.
131-69) introduces the reader to the spread of some dialectal differences in the conjugational paradigms of northwestern Hausa verbs in a contrastive manner, using "Standard Hausa" as a point of reference.
Table 1 The distribution of conditional forms by person Short Long Examples of forms with Person forms forms conjugational endings Sg1 58 3 ma tahaksin 'I would want' Sg2 10 7 sa peaksid 'you should' Sg3 69 -- Pl1 27 1 me viskaksime 'we would throw' Pl2 1 5 te voiksite 'you could' Pl3 10 5 nad oleksid 'they would be' Undistinguished 32 -- Neg 21 -- Table 2 The use of pronouns with verb forms without personal endings Short pronoun Long pronoun immediately immediately before the verb before the verb Person (e.