Noun(1) a verb (or verb construction
Adjective(1) designating a verb that does not require or cannot take a direct object
(1) And although I did a bit of a double-take, I soon got the idea of what was meant by that stunningly ungrammatical sleeps obedience - with its intransitive verb assigned a direct object in defiance of all syntactic decency.(2) But if you read it closely, you'll see I'm using the intransitive plural subjunctive tense.(3) In particular, similar patterns exist for other cases of verbs combining with intransitive prepositions (or ├ö├ç├┐particles├ö├ç├û, as some people call them).(4) In this respect, adjectives are exactly like intransitive verbs.(5) Further, she suggests that ├ö├ç├┐whereas poetic language is now more or less accepted as autonomous and intransitive , fiction and narrative still suggest a transitive and referential use of words├ö├ç├û.(6) For me, the intransitive use of ├ö├ç├┐bore easily├ö├ç├û is a minor clichÔö£┬«, that is, a phrase I recognize when I see it as a set phrase, even though I might not see it all that often.(7) The object of knowledge is intransitive , the knowledge we have of it is transitive.(8) For the true writer, he had once declared, to write is an intransitive verb: one does not write something, one simply writes.(9) Verbs can be either transitive or intransitive a transitive verb governs an object, whereas an intransitive verb does not.(10) It is inconceivable that Will does not know the difference between a transitive and an intransitive verb.(11) The real challenges always came with the sophisticated adjectives, the adverbs, and the intransitive verbs.(12) We may be confused about this if we do not distinguish, as we clearly should, between transitive and intransitive senses of the verb ├ö├ç├┐to move├ö├ç├û.(13) An ergative system is one in which the subject of an intransitive verb is treated grammatically like the direct object of a transitive verb, while the subject of a transitive verb is treated differently.(14) The combination of verbs with intransitive prepositions is one of the many pseudopods of morphological quasi-regularity that extend into the phrasal domain in English.(15) To give an account of these sentences, a proponent of the equational analysis would have to postulate that the verb is ambiguous between a transitive and an intransitive meaning.(16) When did it become cooler to be an intransitive verb than a transitive verb?
(1) intransitive verb :: 自動詞
1. intransitive verb ::
Different Formsintransitive, intransitively, intransitives
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