singular form


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Noun1.singular form - the form of a word that is used to denote a singleton
descriptor, form, signifier, word form - the phonological or orthographic sound or appearance of a word that can be used to describe or identify something; "the inflected forms of a word can be represented by a stem and a list of inflections to be attached"
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Falaj (the singular form of aflaj) is water that runs through a channel dug in the earth.
Note that in each of those sentences, the word basis is in its singular form.
Bob Crocker, auction director at Savills Nottingham, comments: This singular form of marketing will enable us to enjoy the benefits of working alongside our considerably larger sister auction house, opening up a much greater market for our clients and offering them exposure throughout the UK and abroad.
Interestingly, the same phrase in its singular form, 'protector of the people,' appears in the Constitution's Sec.
Unlike other fields of demarcation in literary studies, it is not always historically situated nor defined by any singular form or genre.
English fury is borrowed via French from the singular form furia.
Although the W2 entry is actually the plural form, we assume the 17-letter singular form EXAMINATION SCHOOL can be inferred.
You roll the die (Yes, the singular form of the word dice is die) and move forward the designated number of squares, and if you land on a ladder you move up and take a shortcut, but if you hit a snake you fall back down again.
this singular form of Trudging Around In A Lot Of Mud has much to commend it, not least (assuming you are wearing wellies - and, frankly, if you aren't, you are probably still buried somewhere on Worthy Farm), that, if nature calls, you can just let your wee run down your leg, because the air already hums to such an extent that not a soul will even realise.
That's a lot of eggs and bitter herbs and charoset and karpas and shank bones (which, in its singular form, would make for a decent high school band name).
In Choi's recent exhibition at the Lamar Dodd School of Art, in Athens, Georgia, US (October 2014) he explores this singular form in an attempt to uncover the meaning, knowledge and feelings inspired by the original object.
in the plural not the singular form, which is consistent with the above-mentioned translation stipulated in the claim sheet.