Word: passive

Category: passive

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Synonyms: passive

inactive, nonactive, nonparticipative, uninvolved, submissive, acquiescent, unresisting, unassertive, compliant, pliant, obedient, docile, tractable, malleable, pliable, emotionless, impassive, unemotional, unmoved, dispassionate, passionless, detached, unresponsive, undemonstrative, apathetic, phlegmatic, peaceful

Translations: passive

spanish
inerte, pasivo


german
untätig, passives, passiv

french
inactif, passif, inerte

italian
inerte, passivo

portuguese
passiva, passivo, passivos, passivas

dutch
passief

russian
бездейственный, страдательный, покорный, пассивный, безынициативный, ...

norwegian
passiv

swedish
passiv

finnish
passiivinen, toimeton, passiivi, välinpitämätön

danish
passiv

czech
bezvládný, pasivní, trpný

polish
bezwolny, bierny, pasywny, bezprocentowy

hungarian
passzív, a passzív

turkish
pasif

greek
παθητικός

ukrainian
бездіяльний, пасивний, безчинний

albanian
pasiv, pasive, Passive, pasivë, pasive e

bulgarian
пасивен, пасивна, пасивно, пасивни, пасивното

belarusian
пасіўны, Навічок, пасіўная, Гаваркі

estonian
passiivne

croatian
pasivan, nepokretan, neaktivan, pasivno, trpeljiv

icelandic
aðgerðalaus, óbeinum, óvirkur, óbeinar, óvirkt

lithuanian
pasyvus

latvian
pasīvs

macedonian
пасивни, пасивна, пасивен, пасивната, пасивно

romanian
pasiv

slovenian
pasivní

slovak
trpný

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The meaning and "use of": passive

adjective
  • accepting or allowing what happens or what others do, without active response or resistance.
  • denoting or relating to a voice of verbs in which the subject undergoes the action of the verb (e.g., they were killed as opposed to he killed them ).

noun
  • a passive form of a verb.

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