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adjective

noun [C]     /ˈædʒɪktɪv/
A2 a word that describes a noun or pronoun. The words 'big', 'boring', 'purple', and 'obvious' are all adjectives. sıfat Parts of speech
adjectival     /ˌædʒɪkˈtaɪvəl/ adjective
containing or used like an adjective sıfat içeren veya sıfat gibi kullanılan an adjectival phraseParts of speech
Translations of “adjective”
in Arabic صِفَة…
in Korean 형용사…
in Malaysian adjektif…
in French adjectif…
in Italian aggettivo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 形容詞…
in Russian прилагательное…
in Polish przymiotnik…
in Vietnamese tính từ…
in Spanish adjetivo…
in Portuguese adjetivo…
in Thai คำคุณศัพท์…
in German das Adjektiv…
in Catalan adjectiu…
in Japanese (文法)形容詞…
in Indonesian adjektiva…
in Chinese (Simplified) 形容词…
(Definition of adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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