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inflection

noun /inˈflekʃən/
(linguistics) the way in which the basic form of a word, especially its ending, changes to show a difference in its grammatical function.
desinencia, flexión
(linguistics) one of the forms of a word that is not its basic form.
desinencia, flexión
(linguistics) one of the parts that has been added to a word that is not its basic form
desinencia, flexión
inflectional adjective
inflexional
(Definition of inflection from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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