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in·flect

 (ĭn-flĕkt′)
v. in·flect·ed, in·flect·ing, in·flects
v.tr.
1. To alter (the voice) in tone or pitch; modulate.
2. Grammar To alter (a word) by inflection.
3. To turn from a course or a specified alignment; bend.
v.intr. Grammar
1. To be modified by inflection.
2. To give all of the inflected forms of a word; to provide a paradigm.

[Middle English inflecten, to bend down, from Latin īnflectere : in-, in; see in-2 + flectere, to bend.]

in·flec′tive adj.
in·flec′tor n.

inflected

(ɪnˈflɛktɪd)
adj
(Linguistics) changing in form according to grammatical function such as tense, mood, number, gender etc
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inflected - (of the voice) altered in tone or pitch; "his southern Yorkshire voice was less inflected and singing than her northern one"
uninflected - (of the voice) not inflected; "uninflected words"; "monotonic uninflected speech"
2.inflected - showing alteration in form (especially by the addition of affixes); "`boys' and `swam' are inflected English words"; "German is an inflected language"
linguistics - the scientific study of language
uninflected - not inflected; "`boy' and `swim' are uninflected English words"
Translations

inflected

[ɪnˈflektɪd] ADJ [language] → flexivo

inflected

[ɪnˈflɛktɪd] adj [language] → à flexions; [word, form] → fléchi(e)
Sanskrit is a highly inflected language → Le sanskrit est une langue comportant de très nombreux cas., Le sanskrit est une langue des plus flexionnelles.

inflected

adj (Gram) form, endingflektiert, gebeugt; languageflektierend
References in classic literature ?
The vocabulary, adapted to the unlearned readers, is more largely Saxon than in our later versions, and the older inflected forms appear oftener than in Chaucer; so that it is only through our knowledge of the later versions that we to-day can read the work without frequent stumbling.
A security source told the National Iraqi News Agency / Nina / "The Air Force, in coordination with military intelligence, inflected strong blows against terrorist elements of Dsh in Alshortan , Albu Fahd, Albu Obaid areas in Karma area of Anbar province, killing 60 terrorists of Dsh and burning 4 armored vehicles.
Army inflects heavy losses upon armed groups in Homs A military source said that army units inflected heavy losses upon the armed groups, killing and wounding a number of militants in al-Rastan, Talbiseh, Eyoun Hussein, al-Ameriyeh, al-Dar al-Kabira and al-Dwair in Homs countryside.
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The 24-year-old suffered two wounds, believed to be inflected by a sharp instrument, in Thursday afternoon's clash in Gateshead.
The latter inflected form is the marker of another variety of subjunctive, not a simple preterite tense marker (Anderson 2004a: [section] 3.
CARRYDUFF made it five wins in a row when they inflected the first league defeat of the season for leaders Donard Hospital at Louge Moss.
Deeply inflected without being maudlin or slipping into current R & B loverman cliches is Edler's strong suit.
The difference, however, is that Alexander's history of the Amistad is updated and imagined through a blues inflected lens.
The multiple paradoxes of our post-Soviet age are encapsulated within the show's largest piece, Platform (proposal), 2005, a pyramidal structure modeled on a design for a people's theater, transplanted from revolutionary Russia in order to serve as a platform for a brand of "folksy" rhetoric perhaps inflected with traces of Bolshevik naturalism.
Clearly inflected by the more profound nuances of Japanese tradition, Pawson's spirit of sensuous rationalism meets such pragmatic challenges head on.
Interestingly, the dialect in its simplicity conforms not to the realities of the speech of peoples like the Xhosa or the Aleuts, whose syntax is very highly inflected, but projects forward the eight-hundred-year trend of English itself toward the dropping of forms.