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adverb

noun /ˈӕdvəːb/
(linguistics ) a word used before or after a verb, before an adjective or preposition, or with another adverb to show time, manner, place, degree etc
adverbio
’Carefully’ and ’quickly’ are both adverbs.
adverbial adjective
adverbial
an adverbial phrase.
adverbially adverb
adverbialmente
The phrase functions adverbially in that sentence.
Translations of “adverb”
in Korean 부사…
in Arabic ظَرْف…
in French adverbe…
in Italian avverbio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 副詞…
in Russian наречие…
in Turkish zarf…
in Polish przysłówek…
in Portuguese advérbio…
in German das Adverb…
in Catalan adverbi…
in Japanese (文法)副詞…
in Chinese (Simplified) 副词…
(Definition of adverb from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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