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to do, use, or occur in successive turns

one that takes the place of another

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someone who takes the place of another person

go back and forth

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exchange people temporarily to fulfill certain jobs and functions

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be an understudy or alternate for a role

reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)

do something in turns

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every second one of a series

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serving or used in place of another

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occurring by turns

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of leaves and branches etc

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The two topics of this article, zero derivation and alternations, clearly reflect the situation just described, since the overlapping of synchronic fact and diachronic motivation, on the one hand, and lack of productivity and relatively widespread distribution, on the other, point to an extremely unstable system which is very likely to disappear during its subsequent evolution, but which still calls for explanation in the synchronic grammar of Old English.
The Biblical Hebrew Transitivity Alternation in Cognitive Linguistic Perspective
For example, in the paradigm of the verb kulpia 'to wash' two of the three stem groups ending with different vowels contain alternations of three consonants and one of them contains an alternation of two consonants within the same alternation series:
Along with the analysis of the nature of morphological bases, Kastovsky (1968) has listed an inventory of alternations that can be traced back to the study of Germanic ablaut, which, in terms of word-formation, involves the use of inflectional means for derivational purposes, notably the stems of the present, preterite and past participle of strong verbs.
The present contribution provides a description of the semantic representation of the verbs join and attach, which belong to the lexical subdomain of "putting things together", as presented in the paradigmatic organization of the lexicon in Faber and Mairal (1999), along with the structural patterns and alternations in which these predicates might participate (Levin 1993; Rappaport and Levin 1998).
London, July 01 ( ANI ): Scientists at Karolinska Institute in Sweden have found out in a study done on mice that two genetically defined groups of nerve cells control limb alternations at different speeds of locomotion.
In order to fill this gap, we have applied a BR task to a group of children with ADHD and a control group, registering the frequency of alternations, dominance duration, and the decision time between perceptive alternations, as measures of BR.
Morphosyntactic alternations in English; functional and cognitive perspectives.
Experts say Namibia will experience changing climate as radical alternations in weather, such as extreme dry spells and exceptionally heavy rainfall, are forecast.
CANTON A rear dormer and alternations to 30 Brecon Street.
The periodic dynastic changes and alternations in the course of imperial history in China have been discussed within the terms of this narrative model, but the earthshaking reforms and revolutions of modern and contemporary China have also sought support from it.
In an interview with Private TV Channel Syed Jamaat Ali Shah said that Pakistan had strongly condemned the alternations made by India in the designs of Baglihar Dam.
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