"rebracket" meaning in English

See rebracket in All languages combined, or Wiktionary

Verb

Forms: rebrackets [present, singular, third-person], rebracketing [participle, present], rebracketed [participle, past], rebracketed [past]
Etymology: Back-formation from rebracketing. Etymology templates: {{bf|en|rebracketing}} Back-formation from rebracketing Head templates: {{en-verb}} rebracket (third-person singular simple present rebrackets, present participle rebracketing, simple past and past participle rebracketed)
  1. (grammar, transitive) To cause to undergo rebracketing. Tags: transitive Categories (topical): Grammar
    Sense id: en-rebracket-en-verb-ISCQOfOg Categories (other): English back-formations, English entries with incorrect language header Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences

Inflected forms

Download JSONL data for rebracket meaning in English (1.6kB)

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