Definición de denominal en inglés:

denominal

Silabificación: de·nom·i·nal
Pronunciación: /dēˈnämənl
 
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adjetivo

[attributive]
(Of a word) derived from a noun.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Phase is basically a noun, though of course there is a denominal verb meaning to carry something out by phases, etc.

sustantivo

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A verb or other word that is derived from a noun.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • For a charted illustration of denominals and their opposites, please see the Appendix.
  • Thirty-seven children with language deficits were identified and assessed on both standardized language measures and experimental tasks involving the generation of regular and irregular past tenses together with denominals.
  • This seemed misguided to me; I think it would make more sense to say that the denominals are part of a VP-shell configuration, and the subject comes from the outer VP (which would mean, according to their theory, that it is in ‘agent’ position, and would be seen as ‘causing’ the action).

Origen

1930s: from de- + nominal.

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Palabra del día conspicuous
Pronunciación: kənˈspɪkjʊəs
adjective
clearly visible