adverbiāls


adverbiāls
I. a.
1. адвербиальный
2. наречный
LKLv59
▪ Skaidrojumi
lv Izcelsme - latīņu adverbialis. lingv.
lv lingv. Tāds, kas ir adverbs
lv Tāds, kam ir adverba īpašības
lv Tāds, kas saistīts ar adverbu, kas piemīt adverbam, ko lieto kopā ar adverbu
Jum99
▪ Sinonīmi
īp.v. apstākļa-
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  • Predicate (grammar) — In traditional grammar, a predicate is one of the two main parts of a sentence (the other being the subject, which the predicate modifies). In current linguistic semantics, a predicate is an expression that can be true of something. Thus, the… …   Wikipedia

  • almost - nearly — ◊ used to modify adjectives and noun groups Almost and nearly both mean not completely or not quite . They are usually used in front of adjectives or noun groups. The hay was almost ready for cutting. We re nearly ready now. I spent almost a… …   Useful english dictionary

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