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gram·mat·i·cal

 (grə-măt′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to grammar.
2. Conforming to the rules of grammar: a grammatical sentence.

[Late Latin grammaticālis, from Latin grammaticus, from Greek grammatikos, of letters; see grammar.]

gram·mat′i·cal′i·ty (-kăl′ĭ-tē) n.
gram·mat′i·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.grammatically - in a grammatical manner; "this child already speaks grammatically"
ungrammatically - in an ungrammatical manner; "this child speaks ungrammatically"
Translations
قواعِديا
gramaticky
grammatiskt
nyelvtanilag
málfræîilega
gramaticky
slovnično
dilbilgisi kurallarına uygun olarak

grammatically

[grəˈmætɪkəlɪ] ADV [write] → bien, correctamente
grammatically correctcorrecto gramaticalmente
it's grammatically correct to saydesde el punto de vista gramático, es correcto decir ...

grammatically

[grəˈmætɪkəli] adv
[correct] → du point de vue grammatical

grammatically

adv write, speakgrammat(ikal)isch richtig or korrekt; grammatically correctgrammat(ikal)isch richtig; grammatically, this sentence is wrongdieser Satz ist grammat(ikal)isch falsch; grammatically, his work is poorvon der Grammatik her ist seine Arbeit schlecht

grammatically

[grəˈmætɪklɪ] advgrammaticalmente

grammar

(ˈgrӕmə) noun
1. the rules for forming words and for combining words to form sentences. He's an expert on French grammar.
2. a description or collection of the rules of grammar. Could you lend me your Latin grammar?; (also adjective) a grammar book.
3. a person's use of grammatical rules. This essay is full of bad grammar.
gramˈmatical (-ˈmӕ-) adjective
1. (negative ungrammatical) correct according to the rules of grammar. a grammatical sentence.
2. of (a) grammar. a grammatical rule.
gramˈmatically adverb
grammar school
1. a type of secondary school.
2. (American) a primary school.

grammar ends in -ar (not -er).
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