"exopassive" meaning in English

See exopassive in All languages combined, or Wiktionary

Adjective

Etymology: exo- + passive Etymology templates: {{prefix|en|exo|passive}} exo- + passive Head templates: {{en-adj|-}} exopassive (not comparable)
  1. (grammar, rare) Being or relating to the passive voice of certain verbs.
    (of verbs) Affecting the subject of the passive voice construction.
    Tags: not-comparable, rare Categories (topical): Grammar
    Sense id: en-exopassive-en-adj-I1X~oiJI Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, English terms prefixed with exo- Disambiguation of English entries with incorrect language header: 14 21 34 31 Disambiguation of English terms prefixed with exo-: 24 24 25 26 Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences
  2. (grammar, rare) Being or relating to the passive voice of certain verbs.
    (of nouns) Derived from a transitive verb, indicating the object affected.
    Tags: not-comparable, rare Categories (topical): Grammar
    Sense id: en-exopassive-en-adj-q9PoKFvb Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, English terms prefixed with exo- Disambiguation of English entries with incorrect language header: 14 21 34 31 Disambiguation of English terms prefixed with exo-: 24 24 25 26 Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences
  3. (physics, rare) Allowing exoelectron emission. Tags: not-comparable, rare Categories (topical): Physics
    Sense id: en-exopassive-en-adj-LbG6Tq1x Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, English terms prefixed with exo- Disambiguation of English entries with incorrect language header: 14 21 34 31 Disambiguation of English terms prefixed with exo-: 24 24 25 26 Topics: natural-sciences, physical-sciences, physics

Noun

Forms: exopassives [plural]
Etymology: exo- + passive Etymology templates: {{prefix|en|exo|passive}} exo- + passive Head templates: {{en-noun}} exopassive (plural exopassives)
  1. (grammar, rare) A verb with passive form, indicating the state of or action toward the subject of the passive voice construction. Tags: rare Categories (topical): Grammar Related terms: endoactive, endopassive, exoactive
    Sense id: en-exopassive-en-noun-3Axg5cje Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, English terms prefixed with exo- Disambiguation of English entries with incorrect language header: 14 21 34 31 Disambiguation of English terms prefixed with exo-: 24 24 25 26 Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences

Inflected forms

Download JSONL data for exopassive meaning in English (6.4kB)

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