pluralise


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pluralise


Past participle: pluralised
Gerund: pluralising

Imperative
pluralise
pluralise
Present
I pluralise
you pluralise
he/she/it pluralises
we pluralise
you pluralise
they pluralise
Preterite
I pluralised
you pluralised
he/she/it pluralised
we pluralised
you pluralised
they pluralised
Present Continuous
I am pluralising
you are pluralising
he/she/it is pluralising
we are pluralising
you are pluralising
they are pluralising
Present Perfect
I have pluralised
you have pluralised
he/she/it has pluralised
we have pluralised
you have pluralised
they have pluralised
Past Continuous
I was pluralising
you were pluralising
he/she/it was pluralising
we were pluralising
you were pluralising
they were pluralising
Past Perfect
I had pluralised
you had pluralised
he/she/it had pluralised
we had pluralised
you had pluralised
they had pluralised
Future
I will pluralise
you will pluralise
he/she/it will pluralise
we will pluralise
you will pluralise
they will pluralise
Future Perfect
I will have pluralised
you will have pluralised
he/she/it will have pluralised
we will have pluralised
you will have pluralised
they will have pluralised
Future Continuous
I will be pluralising
you will be pluralising
he/she/it will be pluralising
we will be pluralising
you will be pluralising
they will be pluralising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pluralising
you have been pluralising
he/she/it has been pluralising
we have been pluralising
you have been pluralising
they have been pluralising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pluralising
you will have been pluralising
he/she/it will have been pluralising
we will have been pluralising
you will have been pluralising
they will have been pluralising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pluralising
you had been pluralising
he/she/it had been pluralising
we had been pluralising
you had been pluralising
they had been pluralising
Conditional
I would pluralise
you would pluralise
he/she/it would pluralise
we would pluralise
you would pluralise
they would pluralise
Past Conditional
I would have pluralised
you would have pluralised
he/she/it would have pluralised
we would have pluralised
you would have pluralised
they would have pluralised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.pluralise - mark with a grammatical morpheme that indicates plural; "How do speakers pluralize nouns in Japanese?"
inflect - change the form of a word in accordance as required by the grammatical rules of the language
References in periodicals archive ?
Whether the producers had the right to pluralise their brilliantly clever title is debatable.
The trend is to pluralise Modernism, to revise its rubrics, to identify new features in an effort to understand this very unusual turn of the literature.
To illustrate this point, Moores utilises Paddy Scannell's 'doubling of place' argument to understand how electronic media can pluralise a person's sense of place.
If Grossberg's book is a series of theoretical elaborations whereby the 'problem space' (his term) of modernity is pluralised outwards in what could be thought of as a general process of provincializing all territories and epochs such that a full range of modernities could gain clarity through their relational connections and disconnections, then Driscoll's book works to pluralise modernity 'from the inside'--so to say.