Word: inflections

Category: inflections

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inflections definition

Synonyms: inflections

stress, cadence, rhythm, accent, intonation, pitch, emphasis, modulation, lilt, tone, inflexion, prosody, flection, flexion

Translations: inflections

spanish
inflexiones, las inflexiones, flexiones, inflexiones de, las inflexiones de


german
flexionen, biegungen

french
inflexions, flexions, des inflexions, les inflexions, inflexions de

italian
inflessioni, flessioni, le inflessioni, inflessione, declinazioni

portuguese
inflexões, flexões, inflexão, inflexões de, as inflexões

dutch
verbuigingen, buigingen, stembuigingen, verbuigingen of vervoegingen

russian
перегибы, флексии, интонации, сгибания, изгибы

norwegian
bøyninger, infleksjoner, substantiv, bøyinger

swedish
böjningar, böjningsformer, böjnings, böjning, modulationer

finnish
taivutukset, taivutusmuotoja, taitteet, taivutusmuodot, taivutusjärjestelmästä

danish
bøjningsformer, bøjninger, betoninger, betoning, bøjningssystem

czech
skloňování, modulaci, ohyby, modulace hlasu

polish
odmiany, przegięcia, gramatyczne wyrazu

hungarian
ragozást, ragozással, ragozott, inflexiós, hajlítások

turkish
çekimleri, çekim ekleri, çekimlerinin, yükselip alçalmaları, alçalmaları

greek
κλίσεων, κάμψεις, καμπές, κλίσεις

ukrainian
перегини, перегинів, перегиби, перекручення

albanian
pasurojmë të tërën me, e pasurojmë të tërën, pasurojmë të tërën

bulgarian
интонация, окончания, подразбиращи, подразбиращи се значения, подразбиращи се

belarusian
перагіны, перагібы

estonian
kõlavarjundeid, muuteid, infektsioonid

croatian
infleksije, sklonidba

icelandic
beygingar, hafa beygingar

lithuanian
lenkimas, kalbos lenkimas

latvian
locījumus

macedonian
нијанси

romanian
inflexiuni, inflexiunile, cu inflexiuni, inflexiuni de, flexiuni

slovenian
obarvane

slovak
skloňovanie, skloňovania, sa slovnej, slovnej, skloňovaniu

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The meaning and "use of": inflections

noun
  • a change in the form of a word (typically the ending) to express a grammatical function or attribute such as tense, mood, person, number, case, and gender.
  • the modulation of intonation or pitch in the voice.
  • a change of curvature from convex to concave at a particular point on a curve.

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