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Meaning of “transitive” - Learner’s Dictionary

transitive

adjective     /ˈtrænsətɪv/
B2 A transitive verb always has an object. In the sentence 'I'll make a drink.', 'make' is a transitive verb. →  Compare intransitive Verb forms, tenses and types of verbs
Translations of “transitive”
in Arabic فِعل مُتَعدٍّ (نَحو)…
in Korean 타동사의…
in Malaysian transitif…
in French transitif…
in Turkish geçişli, nesne alan…
in Italian transitivo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (動詞)及物的…
in Russian переходный (в грамматике)…
in Polish przechodni…
in Vietnamese ngoại động từ…
in Spanish transitivo…
in Portuguese transitivo…
in Thai เกี่ยวกับสกรรมกริยา…
in German transitiv…
in Catalan transitiu…
in Japanese (文法)他動詞の…
in Indonesian transitif…
in Chinese (Simplified) (动词)及物的…
(Definition of transitive from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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