See also: déverbal

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de- +‎ verb +‎ -al

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deverbal (not comparable)

  1. (grammar, linguistics) Derived from a verb.
    Coordinate terms: denominal, deadjectival, denumeral, depronominal, deinterjectional

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deverbal (plural deverbals)


see Category:English deverbals

  1. (grammar, linguistics) A word, especially a substantive, that is derived from a verb.
    Synonym: (rare) deverbative
    Hyponym: verbal noun
    Coordinate term: denominal

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Borrowed from French déverbal.

Adjective edit

deverbal m or n (feminine singular deverbală, masculine plural deverbali, feminine and neuter plural deverbale)

  1. deverbal

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