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Synonyms for adjective

the word class that qualifies nouns

of or relating to or functioning as an adjective


relating to court practice and procedure as opposed to the principles of law

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The strongest sales growth among the other top Pharmaceuticals products was recorded for the diabetes treatment Glucobay[TM] (Fx & portfolio adj.: 14.3 percent), with performance driven by expanded volumes in China.
(Euro million) For the three months ended March 31, 2019 2018 Change at current constant currency currency Adj. EBITDA (2) 311 273 14% 10% Adj.
Sales of the cancer drug Stivarga advanced by 23.9 percent (Fx & portfolio adj.), primarily as a result of higher volumes in China and Russia.
Infants fed only STD regimen between 2011 and 2013 were evaluated as Group-I, and those fed the ADJ regimen between 2014 and 2016 were evaluated as Group-II.
With Figure 2, the predominant scale variable extensively affecting BW was depicted to be HG (F=31.370, df1=2, df2=44, Adj - P=0.000).
Consonant sound difference onlv: C(vb/n [+ or -] adj): (ab/dis[ChD]/mis/re/over/under)use, excuse,
Sikandar Ameer Pahore from Malir to Karachi South on his promotion as ADJ vice Tariq Mehmood Khoso transferred.
Adj RPR=adjusted Racing Post rating that appeared on the racecard on the day.
For instance, the derivative lygen 1 'falsehood' can be related to the bases lyge 2 (Adj), lyge 1 (N) and leogan (V) because other derivatives hold a morphological relationship due to the same patterns of derivation at work here: -en nouns derived from adjectives, -en nouns derived from other nouns and -en nouns derived from strong verbs.
ADJ as well as an artist, Rockenschaub wanted this "reload and remix" to "show a selection of works that approach, in a prototypical way, the ideas that form the basis of his oeuvre, and not just chronologically arrange things according to arthistorical considerations." On a minimalist platform that fills much of the room, Rockenschaub arranged a large, blow-up PVC cube perpendicular to a wall of clear acrylic crates and a platform with ladder that was part of an installation shown at the 1993 Venice Biennale.
Recycle (1926): 1: to pass again through a series of changes or treatments: as a: to process (as liquid body waste, glass or cans) in order to regain material for human use b: RECOVER 2: to adapt to a new use: ALTER 3: to bring back: REUSE <a light, chatty tribute that recycles a number of good anecdotes--Larry McMurtry> 4: to make ready for reuse <the plan to recycle long-vacant tenements> vi 1: to return to an earlier point in a countdown 2: to return to an original condition so that operation can begin again--used of an electronic device--recyclable (adj.)--recycler (n)
adj. Of, or pertaining to homogamy, upholding or practising homogamy.