"translative" meaning in English

See translative in All languages combined, or Wiktionary

Adjective

IPA: /tɹænzˈleɪtɪv/, /ˈtɹænzleɪtɪv/, /ˈtɹænzlətɪv/ Forms: more translative [comparative], most translative [superlative]
Rhymes: -eɪtɪv Etymology: From Latin translativus (“that is to be transferred”). Compare French translatif. Etymology templates: {{der|en|la|translativus|t=that is to be transferred}} Latin translativus (“that is to be transferred”), {{lena}}, {{cog|fr|translatif}} French translatif Head templates: {{en-adj}} translative (comparative more translative, superlative most translative)
  1. Of, or relating to the movement of a person or thing from one place to another.
    Sense id: en-translative-en-adj--v1fGmVu
  2. Of, or relating to the translation of language. Synonyms (relating to the translation of language): translational
    Sense id: en-translative-en-adj--mJ~cxuM Disambiguation of 'relating to the translation of language': 0 87 10 4
  3. (linguistics) Of, or relating to the translative case. Categories (topical): Linguistics
    Sense id: en-translative-en-adj-UtGj2SlI Topics: human-sciences, linguistics, sciences
  4. (obsolete) In the form of a trope; figurative. Tags: obsolete
    Sense id: en-translative-en-adj-AV95jjsQ

Noun

IPA: /tɹænzˈleɪtɪv/, /ˈtɹænzleɪtɪv/, /ˈtɹænzlətɪv/ Forms: translatives [plural]
Rhymes: -eɪtɪv Etymology: From Latin translativus (“that is to be transferred”). Compare French translatif. Etymology templates: {{der|en|la|translativus|t=that is to be transferred}} Latin translativus (“that is to be transferred”), {{lena}}, {{cog|fr|translatif}} French translatif Head templates: {{en-noun}} translative (plural translatives)
  1. (grammar) The translative case. Categories (topical): Grammar
    Sense id: en-translative-en-noun-FPkZYP9b Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, English entries with language name categories using raw markup Disambiguation of English entries with incorrect language header: 4 10 21 3 36 27 Disambiguation of English entries with language name categories using raw markup: 6 15 19 4 32 24 Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences
  2. (grammar) A word in the translative case. Categories (topical): Grammar
    Sense id: en-translative-en-noun-r8i1qUal Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences

Inflected forms

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