accusative

[adj] - containing or expressing accusation 2. [n] - the category of nouns serving as the direct object of a verb
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Accusative

• (a.) Producing accusations; accusatory. • (a.) Applied to the case (as the fourth case of Latin and Greek nouns) which expresses the immediate object on which the action or influence of a transitive verb terminates, or the immediate object of motion or tendency to, expressed by a preposition. It corresponds to the objective case in Engl...
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accusative

accusatory adjective containing or expressing accusation; `an accusitive forefinger`; `black accusatory looks`; `accusive shoes and telltale trousers`- O.Henry; `his accusing glare`
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Accusative

Ac·cu'sa·tive adjective [ French accusatif , Latin accusativus (in sense 2), from accusare . See Accuse .] 1. Producing accusations; accusatory. 'This hath been a very accusative age.' Sir E. Dering. 2. (Gram.) Applied to the case (...
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accusative

accusative (ukyOO'zutiv") [Lat.,=accusing], in grammar of some languages, such as Latin, the case typically meaning that the noun refers to the entity directly affected by an action. The term is used for similar, but often not identical, features in the grammar of other languages. Thus in th...
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accusative

In an inflectional language the formal marking of the direct object of a verb. A similar marking may be used after prepositions. As a term from traditional Latin grammar the term is inappropriate to modern English as the latter does not have any corresponding inflection.
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accusative

indicating direct object of a verb
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