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AdjectiveEdit

transitivo m (feminine singular transitiva, masculine plural transitivos, feminine plural transitivas)

  1. (grammar) transitive

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transitivo m ‎(feminine singular transitiva, masculine plural transitivi, feminine plural transitive)

  1. transitive

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transitivo m ‎(plural transitivi)

  1. transitive

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin trānsitīvus(transiting), from trānsitus(passage; transition; transit), from trānseō(I traverse).

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transitivo m ‎(feminine singular transitiva, masculine plural transitivos, feminine plural transitivas, comparable)

  1. (grammar, of a verb) transitive (that takes an object or objects)
  2. transitive (making a transit or passage)
  3. temporary; ephemeral; short-lived
  4. (set theory) transitive (if the relation applies from one element to a second, and from the second to a third, then it also applies from the first element to the third)

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SpanishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

transitivo m ‎(feminine singular transitiva, masculine plural transitivos, feminine plural transitivas)

  1. transitive

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