lemmatize

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lemmatize

(ˈlɛməˌtaɪz) or

lemmatise

vb
(Linguistics) (tr) linguistics to group together the inflected forms of (a word) for analysis as a single item
ˌlemmatiˈzation, ˌlemmatiˈsation n
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lem•ma•tize

(ˈlɛm əˌtaɪz)

v.t. -tized, -tiz•ing.
to sort (words in a list or text) in order to determine the headwords, under which related words, as inflected forms, are then listed.
[1965–70; < Greek lēmmat-, s. of lêmma (see lemma1) + -ize]
lem`ma•ti•za′tion, n.
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lemmatize


Past participle: lemmatized
Gerund: lemmatizing

Imperative
lemmatize
lemmatize
Present
I lemmatize
you lemmatize
he/she/it lemmatizes
we lemmatize
you lemmatize
they lemmatize
Preterite
I lemmatized
you lemmatized
he/she/it lemmatized
we lemmatized
you lemmatized
they lemmatized
Present Continuous
I am lemmatizing
you are lemmatizing
he/she/it is lemmatizing
we are lemmatizing
you are lemmatizing
they are lemmatizing
Present Perfect
I have lemmatized
you have lemmatized
he/she/it has lemmatized
we have lemmatized
you have lemmatized
they have lemmatized
Past Continuous
I was lemmatizing
you were lemmatizing
he/she/it was lemmatizing
we were lemmatizing
you were lemmatizing
they were lemmatizing
Past Perfect
I had lemmatized
you had lemmatized
he/she/it had lemmatized
we had lemmatized
you had lemmatized
they had lemmatized
Future
I will lemmatize
you will lemmatize
he/she/it will lemmatize
we will lemmatize
you will lemmatize
they will lemmatize
Future Perfect
I will have lemmatized
you will have lemmatized
he/she/it will have lemmatized
we will have lemmatized
you will have lemmatized
they will have lemmatized
Future Continuous
I will be lemmatizing
you will be lemmatizing
he/she/it will be lemmatizing
we will be lemmatizing
you will be lemmatizing
they will be lemmatizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been lemmatizing
you have been lemmatizing
he/she/it has been lemmatizing
we have been lemmatizing
you have been lemmatizing
they have been lemmatizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been lemmatizing
you will have been lemmatizing
he/she/it will have been lemmatizing
we will have been lemmatizing
you will have been lemmatizing
they will have been lemmatizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been lemmatizing
you had been lemmatizing
he/she/it had been lemmatizing
we had been lemmatizing
you had been lemmatizing
they had been lemmatizing
Conditional
I would lemmatize
you would lemmatize
he/she/it would lemmatize
we would lemmatize
you would lemmatize
they would lemmatize
Past Conditional
I would have lemmatized
you would have lemmatized
he/she/it would have lemmatized
we would have lemmatized
you would have lemmatized
they would have lemmatized
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Translations
lemmatisieren

lemmatize

[ˈlemətaɪz] VTlematizar
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