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Il significato di "Transitive" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa transitive property?
A: Sorry, not sure what you mean.
"Transitive" is a term used either for grammar or in mathematics
Q: Che cosa significa What is transitive and intransitive verbs i know their means in my language but can you give me examples :)?
A: @Gris_345 geçişli ve geçişsiz fiiller
Q: Che cosa significa transitive?
A: 1、推移的な、過渡的な。
2、《言語学》他動詞の。。

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Parole simili a "Transitive" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra arrange(transitive verb) e arrange(intransitive verb) ?
A: It's just whether or not the verb takes an object

(transitive)
"He arranges flowers."
the thing he is arranging is stated

(intransitive)
"He arranged for a cab."
we know he arranged, or made arrangements in order to get a cab.
*note here that he does not arrange the cab itself, he just arranged *for* the cab.

Q: Qual è la differenza tra transitive, intransitive e linking verbs ?
A: Transitive verbs require an object
Ex) I bought the car

Intransitive verbs do not require an object
Ex) I cheered

Linking verbs do not express action
Ex) They are here
Q: Qual è la differenza tra transitive verb e intransitive verb ?
A: I hate fish (transitive as you can hate something. something here refers to an object.)
He likes coffee

He is sleeping (intransitive as you cannot sleep something.)
He jumped up.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra transitive verb e intransitive verb ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Qual è la differenza tra "agree" as a transitive verb e "agree" as an intransitive verb using some prepositions like "with", "to", "on", etc. ?
A: It is only an intransitive verb with a few exceptions in British publications. http://www.dailywritingtips.com/transitive-twist-on-agree/

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Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Regno Unito)? Can I use "grow apart" as a transitive verb?
A: Not as a transitive verb no. That requires an object. So you can say "We grew apart" but you can't say "We grew something apart" or "We grew apart something"
Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? transitive
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Altre domande riguardo "Transitive"

Q: What does this [transitive] appearing in a dictionary mean?

"refer to" [transitive]

1
refer to someone/something to mention someone or something when you are speaking or writing

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A: 他動詞という意味があります
Q: The transitive verb is formed by subject plus verb plus the direct object. Instead, the intransitive verb is formed by subject and verb. sembra naturale?
A: I'm learning this in class now. I understand what you are trying to say, but it is worded awkwardly. I would say:
"Transitive verbs have a subject, a verb and a direct object while an intransitive verb only has a subject and a verb".
Using formed, and 2 pluses in a row sound awkward. But this could just be me.
Q: is 'to come up with' a transitive verb?
cause usually transitive verbs should have a passive form..
example:
1.I eat an apple
2.the apple is eaten by me

1.I came up with a brilliant idea
2.a brilliant idea. ... ❌
there's no passive form is it?
A: It's exclusively transitive, you must always say *what* you come up with.

But yes, in the passive voice, you might use "conceived"/"devised"/"thought up" etc

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