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inflected

adjective uk   /ɪnˈflek.tɪd/ us  
language An inflected form of a word has a changed spelling or ending that shows the way it is used in sentences: "Finds" and "found" are inflected forms of "find". slightly changed by the influence of a particular thing: music subtly inflected with jazz a politically inflected play
Translations of “inflected”
in Chinese (Traditional) 屈折成分, 屈折變化…
in Chinese (Simplified) 屈折成分, 屈折变化…
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