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ArabicEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root ت ب ع(t-b-ʿ).

VerbEdit

تَابَعَ (tābaʿa) III, non-past يُتَابِعُ‎ (yutābiʿu)

  1. to continue, carry on
  2. to pursue, follow
  3. to observe, examine
  4. to search for, seek
ConjugationEdit

Etymology 2Edit

Derived from the active participle of تَبِعَ(tabiʿa, to follow), from the root ت ب ع(t-b-ʿ).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

تَابِع (tābiʿ) (masculine plural تَبَعَة(tabaʿa) or تُبَّاع(tubbāʿ))

  1. following, succeeding, subsequent
  2. subsidiary, dependent
  3. minor, secondary
  4. subordinate, under
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NounEdit

تَابِع (tābiʿm (plural أَتْبَاع(ʾatbāʿ))

  1. follower, adherent, partisan
  2. subject, citizen, national
  3. servant
  4. factotum
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NounEdit

تَابِع (tābiʿm (plural تَوَابِع(tawābiʿ))

  1. (grammar) appositive
  2. (mathematics) function
  3. appendix, addendum, supplement
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PersianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic تَابِع(tābiʿ).

NounEdit

تابع (tâbe')

  1. (mathematics) function