"attributive" meaning in English

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Adjective

IPA: /ə.ˈtɹɪ.bju.tɪv/ [UK, US] Audio: LL-Q1860 (eng)-Vealhurl-attributive.wav Forms: more attributive [comparative], most attributive [superlative]
Etymology: attribute + -ive Etymology templates: {{suffix|en|attribute|ive}} attribute + -ive Head templates: {{en-adj}} attributive (comparative more attributive, superlative most attributive)
  1. (grammar, of a word or phrase) Modifying another word, typically a noun, while in the same phrase. Categories (topical): Grammar
    Sense id: en-attributive-en-adj-ukekgV6g Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, Terms with Hungarian translations, Terms with Mandarin translations, Terms with Scottish Gaelic translations Disambiguation of English entries with incorrect language header: 38 46 16 Disambiguation of Terms with Hungarian translations: 33 36 31 Disambiguation of Terms with Mandarin translations: 32 37 31 Disambiguation of Terms with Scottish Gaelic translations: 32 39 30 Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences
  2. Attributing; characterized by attributing; effecting attribution. Translations (having the nature of an attribute): atributiu (Catalan), 歸屬的 (Chinese Mandarin), 归属的 (guīshǔ de) (Chinese Mandarin), attributief (Dutch), attributiivinen (Finnish), attributif [masculine] (French), attributiv (German), cáilíochta (Irish), анықтауыштық (anyqtauyştyq) (Kazakh), атрибуттық (atributtyq) (Kazakh), атрибути́вный (atributívnyj) (Russian)
    Sense id: en-attributive-en-adj-gDBKqyY6 Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, English terms suffixed with -ive, Terms with Azerbaijani translations, Terms with Catalan translations, Terms with Danish translations, Terms with Dutch translations, Terms with Finnish translations, Terms with French translations, Terms with German translations, Terms with Hungarian translations, Terms with Irish translations, Terms with Japanese translations, Terms with Kazakh translations, Terms with Mandarin translations, Terms with Northern Sami translations, Terms with Polish translations, Terms with Romanian translations, Terms with Russian translations, Terms with Scottish Gaelic translations, Terms with Spanish translations, Terms with Swedish translations, Terms with Welsh translations Disambiguation of English entries with incorrect language header: 38 46 16 Disambiguation of English terms suffixed with -ive: 30 42 28 Disambiguation of Terms with Azerbaijani translations: 30 43 27 Disambiguation of Terms with Catalan translations: 30 42 27 Disambiguation of Terms with Danish translations: 31 43 26 Disambiguation of Terms with Dutch translations: 28 45 27 Disambiguation of Terms with Finnish translations: 30 42 27 Disambiguation of Terms with French translations: 28 44 28 Disambiguation of Terms with German translations: 30 44 26 Disambiguation of Terms with Hungarian translations: 33 36 31 Disambiguation of Terms with Irish translations: 32 41 27 Disambiguation of Terms with Japanese translations: 29 45 27 Disambiguation of Terms with Kazakh translations: 30 43 27 Disambiguation of Terms with Mandarin translations: 32 37 31 Disambiguation of Terms with Northern Sami translations: 19 65 16 Disambiguation of Terms with Polish translations: 30 43 27 Disambiguation of Terms with Romanian translations: 30 42 27 Disambiguation of Terms with Russian translations: 29 45 27 Disambiguation of Terms with Scottish Gaelic translations: 32 39 30 Disambiguation of Terms with Spanish translations: 29 46 25 Disambiguation of Terms with Swedish translations: 30 43 27 Disambiguation of Terms with Welsh translations: 28 45 27 Disambiguation of 'having the nature of an attribute': 31 69
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Derived forms: attributive adjective, attributively, attributiveness, attributive noun, attributive verb, multiattributive, nonattributive, unattributive Related terms: attribute Translations (of, or being an attributive): təyini (Azerbaijani), atributiu (Catalan), 定語的 (Chinese Mandarin), 定语的 (dìngyǔ de) (Chinese Mandarin), attributiv (Danish), attributief (Dutch), attributiivinen (Finnish), épithète (French), attributiv (German), jelzői (Hungarian), aitreabúideach (Irish), 限定的な (genteiteki na) (alt: げんていてきな) (Japanese), анықтауыштық (anyqtauyştyq) (Kazakh), atrybutywny (Polish), określający (Polish), atributiv [masculine, neuter] (Romanian), определи́тельный (opredelítelʹnyj) (Russian), buaidh-aithriseach (Scottish Gaelic), atributivo (Spanish), attributiv (Swedish), disgrifiadol (Welsh)
Disambiguation of 'of, or being an attributive': 0 0

Noun

IPA: /ə.ˈtɹɪ.bju.tɪv/ [UK, US] Audio: LL-Q1860 (eng)-Vealhurl-attributive.wav Forms: attributives [plural]
Etymology: attribute + -ive Etymology templates: {{suffix|en|attribute|ive}} attribute + -ive Head templates: {{en-noun}} attributive (plural attributives)
  1. (grammar) An attributive word or phrase (see above), contrasted with predicative or substantive. Categories (topical): Grammar Translations (a word or phrase that modifies a noun and is part of the noun's noun phrase): 定語 (Chinese Mandarin), 定语 (dìngyǔ) (Chinese Mandarin), attributiivi (Finnish), épithète [masculine] (French), jelző (Hungarian), 連体形 (rentaikei) (alt: れんたいけい) (Japanese), attribuhtta (Northern Sami), przydawka [feminine] (Polish), определе́ние (opredelénije) [neuter] (Russian), атрибути́в (atributív) [masculine] (Russian)
    Sense id: en-attributive-en-noun-xdBtMGSK Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, Terms with Hungarian translations, Terms with Mandarin translations, Terms with Scottish Gaelic translations Disambiguation of English entries with incorrect language header: 38 46 16 Disambiguation of Terms with Hungarian translations: 33 36 31 Disambiguation of Terms with Mandarin translations: 32 37 31 Disambiguation of Terms with Scottish Gaelic translations: 32 39 30 Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences

Inflected forms

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      "code": "ru",
      "lang": "Russian",
      "roman": "opredelénije",
      "sense": "a word or phrase that modifies a noun and is part of the noun's noun phrase",
      "tags": [
        "neuter"
      ],
      "word": "определе́ние"
    },
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      "code": "ru",
      "lang": "Russian",
      "roman": "atributív",
      "sense": "a word or phrase that modifies a noun and is part of the noun's noun phrase",
      "tags": [
        "masculine"
      ],
      "word": "атрибути́в"
    }
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