causative

[adj] - producing an effect
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Causative

Caus'a·tive adjective [ Latin causativus pertaining to a lawsuit ( causa ), but in the English sense from English cause .] 1. Effective, as a cause or agent; causing. « Causative in nature of a number of effects. Bacon. » 2. Expressing...
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Causative

Caus'a·tive (ka'zȧ*tĭv) noun A word which expresses or suggests a cause.
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causative

adjective producing an effect; `poverty as a causative factor in crime`
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Causative

• (a.) Expressing a cause or reason; causal; as, the ablative is a causative case. • (a.) Effective, as a cause or agent; causing. • (n.) A word which expresses or suggests a cause.
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Causative

In linguistics, a causative (abbreviated {sc|caus}) is a valency-increasing operation that indicates that a subject causes someone or something else to do or be something, or causes a change in state of a non-volitional event. Prototypically, it brings in a new argument (the causer), A, into a transitive clause, with the original S becoming the O....
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causative

indicating causation by
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