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in·tran·si·tive

 (ĭn-trăn′sĭ-tĭv, -zĭ-)
adj. Abbr. intr. or int. or i.
Designating a verb or verb construction that does not require or cannot take a direct object, as snow or sleep.
n.
An intransitive verb.

in·tran′si·tive·ly adv.
in·tran′si·tive·ness, in·tran′si·tiv′i·ty n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.intransitively - in an intransitive manner; "you can use the verb `drink' intransitively, without a direct object"
transitively - in a transitive manner; "you can use the verb `eat' transitively or intransitively"
Translations
لازم، غير مُتَعَدٍّ
nepřechodně
intransitivt
tárgyatlanul
áhrifslaust
neprechodne
geçişsiz olarak

intransitive

(inˈtrӕnsitiv) adjective
(of a verb) that does not have an object. The baby lay on the floor and kicked; Go and fetch the book!
inˈtransitively adverb
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If Hypothesis 1 holds and the point stabilizer H acts intransitively on [[OMEGA].
Once understood intransitively, and dissociated from making, productive activity can be viewed as processes of growth, of working with materials, where nonhuman animals play an integral role.
Intransitively shifting (if such a thing is possible) across the surface of the stone, they also register their own shifting of the syntactical structure.
As soon as a fact is narrated no longer with a view to acting directly on reality, but intransitively outside any function other than that of the very practice of the symbol itself, this disconnection occurs, the voice loses its origin, the author enters into his own death, writing begins.
This perspective is evident in the very assumption that affection cannot act intransitively, that a feeling always requires an object.
However, when the godly factor intervenes, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is used intransitively, in order to state the godly leadership-guidance.
Extrapolating on the written forms of art, one can say that, as soon as a fact is narrated no longer with a view to acting directly on reality but intransitively, that is to say, finally outside of any function other than that of the very practice of the term itself, this disconnection occurs, the voice loses its origin, the author enters into his own death, writing begins.
where the diminutive verb is used intransitively, contrary to a tendency to use the non-diminutive verb mastati 'to imagine, to fantasize' with a LOCATIVE case specifying the object of imagination, e.
Besides, some Catalan transitive verbs were used intransitively by mothers when the object was understood by the context (e.
If this weren't so, a single arbitrary reflective quantity could then also be shown to inhere intransitively (without existential predication), independently of Being, at any ontological level, just as Being can always necessitate it predicatively: for things to be situated in existence (extensivity), Being (Reality) must be there first absolutely without mingling with Non-Being (Unreality), unlike the way things may phenomenologically mingle among themselves (be it consistently or inconsistently).
8) Neither, however, is he dead, in Barthes's sense, writing "no longer with a view to acting directly on reality but intransitively .
Soplar" means to blow air or wind, transitively and intransitively, presenting various implications in the context of the image and title.