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infinitive

noun /inˈfinətiv/
(linguistics ) the part of the verb used in English with or without to, that expresses an action but has no subject
infinitivo
The sentence ’You need not stay if you want to go’ contains two infinitives, stay and go.
Translations of “infinitive”
in Korean 동사 원형…
in Arabic مَصْدَر (نَحو)…
in French infinitif…
in Italian infinito…
in Chinese (Traditional) (動詞)原形,不定式…
in Russian инфинитив…
in Turkish mastar, fiilin ...mek/mak hali…
in Polish bezokolicznik…
in Portuguese infinitivo…
in German der Infinitiv…
in Catalan infinitiu…
in Japanese (文法)不定詞…
in Chinese (Simplified) (动词)原形,不定式…
(Definition of infinitive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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