Transitive

• (a.) Effected by transference of signification. • (a.) Passing over to an object; expressing an action which is not limited to the agent or subject, but which requires an object to complete the sense; as, a transitive verb, for example, he holds the book. • (a.) Having the power of making a transit, or passage.Transitive: words in ...
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transitive

adjective designating a verb that requires a direct object to complete the meaning
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transitive

A verb that requires a direct object
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transitive

a word describing a verb that is always used with a direct object
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Transitive

Describes the property that if the relation holds between a first object and a second, and between the second and a third, then it holds between the first and the third. For example, is greater than is transitive, if a>b and b>c then a>c.
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Transitive

This term refers to a verb or a verbal phrase that contains or can take a direct object, which contr
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transitive

[adj] - (grammar) designating a verb that requires a direct object to complete the meaning
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