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reflexive

  • 1 reflexive

    [rɪ'fleksɪv] 1.
    nome ling.
    1) (anche reflexive verb) (verbo) riflessivo m.
    2) (anche reflexive form) forma f. riflessiva

    in the reflexive — al riflessivo, nella forma riflessiva

    2.
    aggettivo ling. riflessivo
    * * *
    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) riflessivo
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) riflessivo
    * * *
    [rɪ'fleksɪv] 1.
    nome ling.
    1) (anche reflexive verb) (verbo) riflessivo m.
    2) (anche reflexive form) forma f. riflessiva

    in the reflexive — al riflessivo, nella forma riflessiva

    2.
    aggettivo ling. riflessivo

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 2 reflexive

    rə'fleksiv
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) reflexivo
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) reflexivo
    reflexive
    tr[rɪ'fleksɪv]
    adjective
    1 reflexivo,-a
    reflexive [ri'flɛksɪv] adj
    : reflexivo
    a reflexive verb: un verbo reflexivo
    reflexive
    adj.
    reflejo, -a adj.
    reflexivo, -a adj.
    n.
    reflexivo s.m.
    rɪ'fleksɪv
    adjective reflexivo
    [rɪ'fleksɪv]
    1.
    ADJ (Ling) [verb, pronoun] reflexivo
    2.
    N (Ling) (=pronoun) pronombre m reflexivo; (=verb) verbo m reflexivo
    * * *
    [rɪ'fleksɪv]
    adjective reflexivo

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 3 reflexive

    adjective
    (Ling.) reflexiv
    * * *
    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) Reflektiv-...
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) reflexiv
    * * *
    re·flex·ive
    [rɪˈfleksɪv]
    I. adj AM
    1. (involuntary) reflexartig
    2. inv LING reflexiv
    II. n LING Reflexiv nt
    * * *
    [rI'fleksɪv] (GRAM)
    1. adj
    reflexiv
    2. n
    Reflexiv nt
    * * *
    reflexive [rıˈfleksıv]
    A adj (adv reflexively)
    1. LING reflexiv, rückbezüglich, Reflexiv…:
    reflexive pronoun B a;
    reflexive verb B b
    2. academic.ru/61080/reflective">reflective
    3. reflex B 3
    B s LING
    a) Reflexivpronomen n, rückbezügliches Fürwort
    b) reflexives Verb, rückbezügliches Zeitwort
    c) reflexive Form
    * * *
    adjective
    (Ling.) reflexiv
    * * *
    adj.
    reflexiv adj.

    English-german dictionary

  • 4 reflexive

    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) refleksiv
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) refleksiv
    * * *
    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) refleksiv
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) refleksiv

    English-Danish dictionary

  • 5 reflexive

    reflexive re∙flex∙ive adj. • a reflexive word or form of a word shows that the action of the verb affects the person who performs the action • 反身的(词或词形):
    »In ˈHe cut himselfˈ, ˈcutˈ is a reflexive verb and ˈhimselfˈ is a reflexive pronoun.
    在 He cut himself 一句中,cut 是反身动词,himself 是反身代词。
    * * *
    [ri'fleksiv]
    n. 反身動詞, 反身代詞
    adj. 反身的

    English-Chinese dictionary

  • 6 ♦ reflexive

    ♦ reflexive /rɪˈflɛksɪv/
    A a.
    1 (gramm.) riflessivo: a reflexive pronoun [verb], un pronome [un verbo] riflessivo
    2 (mat.) riflessivo: reflexive relation, relazione riflessiva
    3 automatico; simile a un riflesso: The opening of the missile bases provoked a reflexive outburst of anti-Americanism, l'apertura delle basi missilistiche ha provocato un accesso automatico di antiamericanismo
    B n.
    (gramm.) pronome (o verbo) riflessivo
    reflexively avv.

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 7 reflexive

    reflexive Ling
    A n
    1 (also reflexive verb) verbe m pronominal réfléchi ;
    2 (also reflexive form) forme f réfléchie ; in the reflexive à la forme réfléchie.
    B adj réfléchi.

    Big English-French dictionary

  • 8 reflexive

    rə'fleksiv
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) refleksiv
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) refleksiv
    I
    subst. \/rɪˈfleksɪv\/ (grammatikk)
    1) refleksivt pronomen
    2) refleksivt verb
    II
    adj. \/rɪˈfleksɪv\/
    refleksiv

    English-Norwegian dictionary

  • 9 reflexive

    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) afturbeygt (fornafn)
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) afturbeygð sögn

    English-Icelandic dictionary

  • 10 reflexive

    visszaható
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    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) visszaható (névmás)
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) visszaható (ige)

    English-Hungarian dictionary

  • 11 reflexive

    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) reflexivo
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) reflexivo
    * * *
    re.flex.ive
    [rifl'eksiv] n Gram verbo ou pronome reflexivo. • adj reflexivo.

    English-Portuguese dictionary

  • 12 reflexive

    adj. dönüşlü, öze dönüşlü
    ————————
    n. dönüşlü fiil, dönüşlü yapı
    * * *
    dönüşlü
    * * *
    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) dönüşlü
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) dönüşlü

    English-Turkish dictionary

  • 13 reflexive

    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) povraten
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) povraten
    * * *
    [rifléksiv]
    1.
    adjective (reflexively adverb)
    grammar povraten, refleksiven;
    2.
    noun
    grammar
    povratni zaimek

    English-Slovenian dictionary

  • 14 reflexive

    • itsekohtainen
    • refleksiivi
    • refleksiivinen
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    rə'fleksiv
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) refleksiivi-
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) refleksiivi-

    English-Finnish dictionary

  • 15 reflexive

    adj. wederkerend (grammatica), weerspiegelend
    --------
    n. wederkerend (werkwoord, voornaamwoord)
    reflexive
    [ rifleksiv]
    reflectorisch
    〈taalkunde〉reflexiefwederkerend
    voorbeelden:
    1   reflexive action reflex(beweging)
    2   reflexive pronoun/verb wederkerend voornaamwoord/werkwoord

    English-Dutch dictionary

  • 16 reflexive

    [rɪ'flɛksɪv]
    adj (LING)
    zwrotny
    * * *
    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) zwrotny
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) zwrotny

    English-Polish dictionary

  • 17 reflexive

    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) atgriezenisks (vietniekvārds)
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) atgriezenisks (darbības vārds)
    * * *
    atgriezenisks darbības vārds; atgriezenisks vietniekvārds; atgriezenisks, refleksīvs

    English-Latvian dictionary

  • 18 reflexive

    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) sangrąžinis
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) sangrąžinis

    English-Lithuanian dictionary

  • 19 reflexive

    adj. reflexiv (grammatik); reflexiv
    --------
    n. reflekterande, återspeglande (gram.-reflexivt verb)
    * * *
    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) reflexiv
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) reflexiv

    English-Swedish dictionary

  • 20 reflexive

    [rə'fleksiv]
    adjective
    1) ((of a pronoun) showing that the object of a verb is the same person or thing as the subject: In `He cut himself', `himself' is a reflexive pronoun.) zvratný
    2) ((of a verb) used with a reflexive pronoun: In `control yourself!', `control' is a reflexive verb.) zvratný
    * * *
    • reflexivní

    English-Czech dictionary

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