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ling. verbless {adj} [having no verb]ohne Verb [nachgestellt]
Verbs
ling. to verb sth.etw. verbalisieren [ein Verb aus einer anderen Wortart bilden]
Nouns
ling. verb
358
Verb {n}
ling. verb
52
Tätigkeitswort {n}
ling. verb
40
Zeitwort {n}
ling. verb
13
Tuwort {n} [veraltend] [bes. im Schulgebrauch unterer Klassen]
ling. verb
5
Verbum {n}
ling. verbTunswort {n} [selten] [Tunwort]
2 Words: Nouns
ling. action verbTätigkeitsverb {n}
ambiguous verbmehrdeutiges Kommandowort {n}
ling. anomalous verbunregelmäßiges Verb {n}
ling. auxiliary verbHilfsverb {n}
ling. auxiliary verbHilfszeitwort {n}
ling. causative verbkausatives Verb {n}
ling. compound verbzusammengesetztes Zeitwort {n}
ling. copular verbKopulaverb {n}
ling. defective verbunvollständiges Zeitwort {n}
ling. dual verbDualverb {n}
ling. finite verbFinitum {n}
ling. full verbVollverb {n}
ling. helping verb [Am.]Hilfsverb {n}
ling. inchoative verbinchoatives Verb {n}
ling. inchoative verbingressives Verb {n}
ling. inseparable verbuntrennbares Verb {n}
ling. intransitive (verb)Intransitivum {n}
ling. intransitive verbIntransitiv {n}
ling. intransitive verb <vi>intransitives Verb {n} <vi>
ling. irregular verbirreguläres Verb {n}
ling. irregular verbunregelmäßiges Verb {n}
ling. link verbKopula {f}
ling. linking verbKopula {f}
ling. linking verbverbindendes Verb {n}
ling. main verbHauptverb {n}
ling. main verbVollverb {n}
ling. matrix verbMatrixverb {n}
ling. mixed verbgemischtes Verb {n}
ling. modal verbModalverb {n}
ling. phrasal verbVerb {n} plus Partikel [Präposition oder Adverb]
ling. spec. prepositional verbPräpositionalverb {n}
comp. process verbProzesswort {n}
ling. reflexive verbreflexives Verb {n}
ling. regular verbregelmäßiges Tätigkeitswort {n}
ling. regular verbregelmäßiges Verb {n}
ling. rückumlaut verbRückumlaut-Verb {n}
ling. separable verbtrennbares Verb {n}
ling. stative verbZustandsverb {n}
ling. strong verbstarkes Tätigkeitswort {n}
ling. strong verbstarkes Verb {n}
ling. transitive verbTransitiv {n}
ling. transitive verbTransitivum {n}
ling. transitive verb <vt>transitives Verb {n} <vt>
ling. verb endingVerbendung {f} [auch: Verb-Endung]
ling. verb formVerbform {f}
ling. verb moodVerbform {f}
ling. verb phraseVerbalphrase {f}
ling. verb prefixVerbalpräfix {n}
ling. verb stemVerbstamm {m}
ling. verb systemVerbalsystem {n}
ling. weak verbschwaches Tätigkeitswort {n}
ling. weak verbschwaches Verb {n}
3 Words: Others
in conjunction with {prep}in Verbindung mit [+Dat.] <i. Verb. m., i. Vbdg. m., i. V. m.>
3 Words: Nouns
ling. noun-verb combinationNomen-Verb-Verbindung {f}
ling. verb-derived nounsubstantiviertes Verb {n}
4 Words: Nouns
conjugation of a verbKonjugation {f} eines Zeitwortes
ling. position of the verbVerbstellung {f}
ling. unreal modal verb constructionirreale Modalverbkonstruktion {f}
5+ Words: Others
That verb takes the subjunctive.Nach diesem Verb steht der Konjunktiv.
5+ Words: Nouns
ling. case governed by a verbRektion {f} eines Verbs
 
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