Common misspellings for transitive:
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Definition of transitive:
- A transitive verb.
- designating a verb that requires a direct object to complete the meaning
- Passing over to an object; expressing an action which is not limited to the agent or subject, but which requires an object to complete the sense; as, a transitive verb, for example, he holds the book.
- Having the power of making a transit, or passage.
- Effected by transference of signification.
- Passing over: having the power of passing: ( gram.) denoting a verb which has an object.
- Having a direct object, as a verb.
- Having the power of passing; expressive of an action passing from a subject to an object.
- Having the power of passing; in gram., denoting a verb whose action passes over to, or which has an effect upon, a noun or pronoun.