- 1A direct object that has the same linguistic derivation as the verb which governs it, as in ‘sing a song’.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- However, in Chinese, not only can intransitives take cognate objects, transitives can also take cognate objects.
- I am also working on a typology of cognate objects, which includes much data concerning cognate objects in African languages.
- Although examples can easily be constructed, the subject they contain does not have the properties associated with cognate objects.
- 1.1A direct object that makes explicit a semantic concept that is already present in the semantics of the verb which governs it, as in ‘eat some food’.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- It's a sort of ‘cognate prepositional phrase’, like the cognate objects in ‘cost money’ or ‘owe money’.
Más definiciones de cognate objectDefinición de cognate object en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.