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A vary uncommon verb type which tends to only be used in formal styles. Used typically in subordinate clauses.
A word or phrase which tells us more about the meaning of the word it is subordinate to. Subordination can be thought of as an unequal relationship between a subordinate word and a main word. For example: an adjective is subordinate to the noun it modifies.
Used to describe two words if they have the same meaning, or similar meanings. Contrast antonym.
A verb which takes at least one object in a sentence to complete its meaning, in contrast to an intransitive verb, which does not.
A group of three letters representing one sound
The opposite of a stressed syllable.
This group of words are normally related to each other by a combination of morphology, grammar and meaning.