⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'noun' from Bulgarian to English
exponentiation {noun}
степенуване {ср} noun
exponentiation {noun}
повдигане {ср} на степен noun
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  • A verbal noun is an abstract uncountable noun while a deverbal noun can be either countable or uncountable.
  • This states a specific noun. This consists of a common noun and a proper noun. The proper noun (that starts with a capital letter) is modifying the type of common noun.
  • -marking in Tagalog, the language also employs a case-marking reserved for the noun with which the verb agrees (via focus/voice morphology).
  • Nouns can also be complemented by noun phrases. Unusually, these noun phrase complements occur before the head noun.
  • There are about six main types of collocations: adjective + noun, noun + noun (such as collective nouns), verb + noun, adverb + adjective, verbs + prepositional phrase (phrasal verbs), and verb + adverb.
  • Lexical suffixes can be related to verb roots as objects, locus, or instruments; to adjective roots as noun heads; and to noun roots as noun possessors or the noun heads of modifiers.
  • New Latin noun "alkali" (from Arabic article "al", the; Arabic noun "qaliy", ashes of saltwort), alkali; Latin masculine gender noun "bacillus", rod; New Latin masculine gender noun "Alkalibacillus", bacillus living under alkaline conditions.
  • Greek noun [...] (...)", a beam; Latin noun "corallium", coral; New Latin feminine gender noun "Actinocorallia", meaning an actinomycete microorganism that forms sporophores resembling coral.
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