Translation for 'grammatically' from English to Bulgarian
grammatically {adv}граматично
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Translation for 'grammatically' from English to Bulgarian

grammatically {adv}
Usage Examples English
  • Huwa is grammatically gendered but does not refer necessarily to a sex or gender of its referent.
  • Single negatives are often grammatically incorrect because when negation is used in complex sentences every part that could be grammatically negated should be negative.
  • Grammatically, Russian family names follow the same rules as other nouns or adjectives (names ending with "-oy", "-aya" are grammatically adjectives), with exceptions: some names do not change in different cases and have the same form in both genders (for example, "Sedykh", "Lata").
  • In most other Indo-European languages, nouns are grammatically masculine (as in Spanish "el humano") or grammatically feminine (as in French "la personne"), or sometimes grammatically neuter (as in German "das Mädchen"), regardless of the actual gender of the referent.
  • Like much of East Asia, most of Lingnan's medieval literature was composed in classical Chinese (grammatically), rather than the people's spoken language.

  • There can be a lot of confusion caused by words that are grammatically plural but conceptually singular such as "scissors", but also those that are grammatically and conceptually plural such as "suds", as well as words that are grammatically singular but can be conceptually plural such as "army".
  • The movie is sometimes referred to as "C'est la vie, mon chérie" even though this is grammatically incorrect in French (either "mon chéri" or "ma chérie" is grammatically correct).
  • Numerals and adjectives can be classified according to the noun grammatically associated with them.
  • The name - besides referring to the location of the lake to the East of central Cottbus - can be interpreted as a pun on the German name for the Baltic Sea, which is called "Ostsee" in German, the two words only being distinguished by their grammatical gender: "See" meaning "sea" in German is grammatically female, whereas "See" meaning "lake" in German is grammatically male.
  • Tigrinya dialects differ phonetically, lexically, and grammatically.

  • Since the form of the word "beida" (or "bayda") is grammatically feminine, Roger Le Tourneau suggested that it refers to either a white minaret or a “white lady” (both plausible and grammatically feminine words).
  • According to Kunal Kishore, the inscription is not grammatically correct Sanskrit.
  • However, non-human plural nouns are grammatically considered to be feminine singular.
  • Feminine job titles are usually created by adding -in to the grammatically masculine word in question.
  • Also under Hobson, Donat, Jones and Ross, the response had to be grammatically correct in addition to the usual requirement of phrasing in the form of a question.

  • Note: The onscreen title includes a grammatically incorrect apostrophe.
  • For example, several of the main branches of his Trans–New Guinea phylum have no vocabulary in common with other Trans–New Guinea languages, and were classified as Trans–New Guinea because they are similar grammatically.
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