affixation


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Noun1.affixation - the result of adding an affix to a root word
sound structure, syllable structure, word structure, morphology - the admissible arrangement of sounds in words
2.affixation - formation of a word by means of an affix
formation - creation by mental activity; "the formation of sentences"; "the formation of memories"
prefixation - formation of a word by means of a prefix
suffixation - formation of a word by means of a suffix
3.affixation - the act of attaching or affixing somethingaffixation - the act of attaching or affixing something
compounding, combining, combination - the act of combining things to form a new whole
grafting, graft - the act of grafting something onto something else
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Secretary TDAP said that the date exporters should have some foreign visits as the travel history of foreign visits in their passports will facilitate visa affixation for European and other countries.
The documents reads in part: "The importation of illegal ethanol comes with the affixation of fake revenue stamps printed in and outside the country.
The demand for SBR is also anticipated to remain high in the automotive industry for its predominant application in the production and affixation of tires.
Previously, the company was limited to producing flat shapes with traditional methods, which affected the performance of the final tool during affixation to the panel by workers.
18) Other descriptions take a more radical position and explicitly deny the occurrence of a semantic change, for example Beard (1998: 62), who explains conversion as "[T]ransposing a lexeme from one category to another without affixation [.
Therefore, the tenancy agreement should include a provision that service of notices, applications or actions to the company as tenant can be made to the rented property and when it is closed through affixation on the door.
If anything, it demands a 'letting-go' of the left and the right as political axioms, as much as it requires an abandonment of the affixation of labels 'radical' and 'critical', imposed by way of intellectual vogue.
In Islamabad, the process was initiated with affixation of a number on the building of Statistics House, Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) on Tuesday morning.
Most obvious was the centrality of affixation as a defining characteristic of a trademark.
McCarthy and Cohn (1998) present a complete account of word stress in Indonesian and the ways in which it interacts with affixation, limitations on root structure, syllabification, and reduplication.
Suspended affixation is a situation where only one affix is attached to a coordinated noun phrase consisting of several nouns (see, e.