cooccur with


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Verb1.cooccur with - go or occur together; "The word 'hot' tends to cooccur with 'cold'"
accompany, attach to, come with, go with - be present or associated with an event or entity; "French fries come with the hamburger"; "heart attacks are accompanied by distruction of heart tissue"; "fish usually goes with white wine"; "this kind of vein accompanies certain arteries"
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On the one hand, their stem alternant that directly precedes -ik cannot cooccur with the imperative morpheme, e.
Auditory conditions that were not investigated in this study, hyperacusis and phonophobia, occasionally cooccur with tinnitus.
Gibbs and Matlock (2001), for instance, have shown how different senses of the English verb make cooccur with particular syntactic frames.
Of the taxa that geographically cooccur with filovirus disease occurrences (Tables 1-3), variable numbers have been tested (Appendix online; available from http://www.
There is also an interrogative mood suffix -sa that cooccurs with indicative person endings and does not cooccur with tense marking.
That is, in all three languages, the constructions are generally optional, they tend to cooccur with certain types of verbs, they tend to increase or decrease the sense of volitionality/control expressed by the main verbs with which they cooccur, and they all express aspects of speaker stance such as emphatic perspective, accidentality/uncontrollability, regret, relief pride, counterexpectations, and strong resolve.
Believe-type verbs used to be combined only with infinitival complements containing be, but though be and (perfective or possessive) have are still the dominant verbs in all infinitival complements with verbs of the believe class, irrespective of voice, lexical verbs, especially dynamic ones, are more likely to cooccur with passive matrices than with actives (see Table 2, taken from Noel 2001), a clear sign of the expansion of the passive pattern.
Third, bu can actually cooccur with a postverbal de phrase and perfective le, and this is not restricted to conditional clauses.
Furthermore, auxiliary verbs cooccur with pronominal elements referring to the external argument.
Furthermore, the aspectual marker you is not allowed to cooccur with the nonfinite predicate, either (Huang 1998 [1982]: 249): (4)
Durative verbs denoting states or processes such as schlafen, tanzen, and backen can cooccur with durative adverbials; similarly, the beginning point as well as the terminating point of the interval to which they apply can always be fixed with appropriate temporal adverbials.