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Spanish translation of “verb”

verb

noun /vəːb/
the word or phrase that gives the action, or asserts something, in a sentence, clause etc
verbo
an irregular verb.
verbal adjective of, or concerning, verbs
verbal
verbal endings such as ’-fy’,’-ize’.
consisting of, or concerning, spoken words
verbal
a verbal warning/agreement.
verbally adverb in or by speech, not writing
verbalmente
I replied to the invitation verbally.
verbatim /-ˈbeitim/ adjective, adverb word for word
textualmente, palabra por palabra
a verbatim report of the argument The child repeated my words verbatim.
verbose /-ˈbous/ adjective using too many words; expressed in too many words
verboso, locuaz
a verbose speaker a verbose description/style.
(Definition of verb from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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