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Sıfatın ismiyle uyuşmak zorunda olduğunu unutma. - Don't forget that the adjective must agree with its noun.

Esperanto'da bir sıfat a ile biter. Çoğul ise j eklenerek oluşturulur. - In Esperanto an adjective ends in a. The plural is formed by adding j.

{i} önad
sıfat gibi kullanılan
(Dilbilim) nitem
(Tıp) a) (Boyalar, boyar maddeler hk.) "Mordant"a ihtiyaç göstereb) "Mordant"lı
i., dilb. sıfat
sıfat cinsinden olan
adjective law
(Fizik) Usul hukuku
adjective clause
(Dilbilim) sıfat tümceciği
adjective clauses
(Dilbilim) sıfat cümlecikleri
adjective law
şekli hukuk
adjective bully 3
sıfat zorba 3
adjective clause
sıfat tamlaması
adjective derived from catalepsy
sıfat katalepsi türetilen
adjective fell 4
sıfat 4 düştü
adjective iron 3
sıfat demir 3
adjective meet 3
sıfat 3 cevap
adjective precipitate 3
sıfat 3 çökelti
adjective pronouns
sıfat zamirler
adjective check list
sıfat tarama testi
adjective video carrier
(Tiyatro) komşu video taşıyıcısı
proper adjective
(Dilbilim) özel ad sıfatı
verbal adjective
(Dilbilim) sıfat fiil
attributive adjective
niteleme sıfatı
compound adjective
bileşik sıfat
compound adjective
sıfat tamlaması
demonstrative adjective
işaret sıfatı
demonstrative adjective
gösterme sıfatı
determinative adjective
belirtme sıfatı
distributive numeral adjective
üleştirme sayı sıfatı
indefinite adjective
belgisiz sıfat
interrogative adjective
soru sıfatı
numeral adjective
sayı sıfatı
predicate adjective
yüklem oluşturan sıfat
qualificative adjective
niteleme sıfatı
qualitative adjective
niteleme sıfatı
comparative adjective
"Daha ..." anlamı veren karşılaştırmalı sıfat
compound adjective
bileşik sıfat, sıfat tamlaması
demonstrative adjective
dilb. işaret sıfatı
epithet, adjective
sıfat, sıfat
possesive adjective
(Dilbilim) İyelik sıfatı
possessive adjective
İyelik sıfatı, sahiplik sıfatı
steampunk (literary genre) noun, adjective
(Edebiyat) anakronik buhar dönemin kurgubilim (edebi tür) isim, sıfat

The spaceship captain's clothing came from the age of steam. The style was very 'steampunk'. Uzay gemisi kaptanın giysisi buhar döneminden geldi. Stili çok 'steampunk' idi. Please correct my Turkish.

absolute adjective
(Dilbilim) yalın sıfat
sıfata ait
numerical adjective
sayı sıfatı
ordinal numeral adjective
(Dilbilim) sıra sayı sıfatı
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Incapable of independent function

In fact, God is of not so much importance in Himself, but as the end towards which man tends. That irreverent person who said that Browning uses “God” as a pigment made an accurate criticism of his theology. In Browning, God is adjective to man.

A word that modifies a noun or describes a noun’s referent

The words “big” and “heavy” are English adjectives.

Applying to methods of enforcement and rules of procedure

adjective law.

Adjectival; pertaining to or functioning as an adjective
Of a dye that needs the use of a mordant to be made fast to that which is being dyed
{a} that is added, a word added to a noun to denote some property of it
A word that modifies a noun (someone or something): The little boy hit the big, blue, ball
declinable and comparisable word signifying a quality or a feature, used as an attribute or a complement
a word used to describe somebody or something, for example The blue table, the happy child When a phrase is used to describe something, it is known as an 'adjectival phrase' ('as old as you') An adjectival clause is a clause which does the work of an adjective See clause
a word that expresses an attribute of something
A word that describes, limits, qualifies, or in any other way modifies a noun or pronoun A descriptive adjective names a quality of the noun or pronoun it modifies: junior year A proper adjective is formed from a proper noun: Hegelian philosophy 27a
A word that modifies a noun or pronoun, specifying such things as what kind, how many, and which one
(used with `with' or in combination) covered by or as if by something scattered over or on Being distributed here and there without order
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An adjective is a word that modifies a noun by specifying an attribute of the noun Examples include adjectives of colour, like red, size or shape, like round or large, along with thousands of less classifiable adjectives like willing, onerous, etc In grammar rules, we use the symbol ADJ for the pre-terminal category of adjectives Adjectives are also used as the complements of sentences with verbs like "be" and "seem" - "He is happy", "He seems drunk" ADJ is a lexical grammatical category
applying to methods of enforcement and rules of procedure; "adjective law"
A word that modifies a noun or noun substitute
a word that serves as a modifier of a noun to denote a quality of the thing named, to indicate its quantity or extent, or to specify a thing as distinct from something else It answers the questions "which?", "how many?", and "what kind of?", though probably not all three at once
(ad-jek-tiv) An adjective is a part of a sentence that modifies a noun by describing something about the noun
the word class that qualifies nouns
An adjective describes a noun or another adjective An article is a special name for the adjectives a, an, and the When the articles a and an are used before a word that begins with a vowel sound, use an If the word starts with a consonant, use a
A word class which contains words that can add more detail (i e modify) to a noun or pronoun - e g the busy teacher (pre-modification); it was awful (post-modification) Adjectives are gradable depending on whether a comparison is made with one other thing or many other things: big, bigger, biggest; difficult, more difficult, most difficult
A word or group of words that describe or modify a noun example: The slow, meandering creek sang a gentle song
(adjektiv): one of the lexical word classes Adjectives are typically descriptive of a noun; they denote qualities, characteristics and properties of people, things and phenomena Examples: red, dark, small, round, overwhelmed, certain, fantastic Most adjectives can be compared for degree, and the forms are called positive, comparative and superlative, respectively Examples: small – smaller – smallest; good – better– best; difficult– more difficult – most difficult
  A word that modifies a noun or pronoun by describing, refining, or qualifying it   Adjectives can add color and immediacy to writing; however, adjective overuse is a stylistic error common to beginning writers
noun modifier
  A word that modifies a noun or pronoun by describing, refining, or qualifying it   Adjectives can add color and immediacy to writing; however, adjective overuse is a stylistic error common to beginning writers
of or relating to or functioning as an adjective; "adjectival syntax"; "an adjective clause"
Thus, in phrase, "a wise ruler," wise is the adjective, expressing a property of ruler
the word class that qualifies nouns a word that expresses an attribute of something applying to methods of enforcement and rules of procedure; "adjective law
An adjective is a word such as `big', `dead', or `financial' that describes a person or thing, or gives extra information about them. Adjectives usually come before nouns or after link verbs. a word that describes a noun or pronoun. In the phrase 'black hat', 'black' is an adjective and in the sentence `It makes her happy', 'happy' is an adjective. (adjectif, from adjectus, past participle of adjicere, from ad- + jacere )
A category of words, such as big or heavy, that modify or describe a noun and which can usually be used both attributively and predicatively, be graded, and be modified by an adverb
To make an adjective of; to form or change into an adjective
{i} part of speech used to modify a noun (Grammar)
A dependent; an accessory
A word used with a noun, or substantive, to express a quality of the thing named, or something attributed to it, or to limit or define it, or to specify or describe a thing, as distinct from something else
Additional or adjunct
Not standing by itself; dependent
wise is the adjective, expressing a property of ruler
Thus, in phrase, "a wise ruler,"
Relating to procedure
Added to a substantive as an attribute; of the nature of an adjunct; as, an adjective word or sentence
adjective phrase
A phrase that collectively modifies or describes a noun or pronoun and which can usually be used both attributively and predicatively, can be graded, and be modified by an adverb
adjective law
The portion of the law that deals with the rules of procedure governing evidence, pleading, and practice
adjective arch 3
amused because you think you understand something better than other people
adjective associate 3
associate member/director/head etc someone who is a member etc of something, but who is at a lower level and has fewer rights
adjective base 3
not having good moral principles
adjective bay 3
a bay horse is reddish brown in colour
adjective beat 3
very tired = exhausted
adjective blanket 3
blanket statement/rule/ban etc a statement, rule etc that affects everyone or includes all possible cases
adjective bluff 3
a bluff person, usually a man, is pleasant but very direct and does not always consider other people
adjective boss 3
very good, attractive, or fashionable
adjective bully 3
bully for you/him etc used when you do not think that someone has done anything special but they want you to praise them
adjective chance 3
not planned or expected = accidental chance meeting/encounter/event etc
adjective chicken 3
not brave enough to do something = cowardly
adjective chill 3
unpleasantly cold
adjective colour 3
color colour television/photograph/printer etc a colour television, photograph etc that produces or shows pictures in colour rather than in black, white, and grey black and white
adjective contrary 3
someone who is contrary deliberately does different things from other people
adjective converse 3
adjective cross 3
S2 angry or annoyed get/be cross (with sb)
adjective diet 3
diet drinks or foods contain less sugar or fat than ordinary ones
adjective dope 3
very good
adjective fell 4
in one fell swoop at one fell swoop doing a lot of things at the same time, using only one action
adjective flip 3
not said or meant seriously = flippant
adjective fool 3
silly or stupid = foolish
adjective forfeit 3
be forfeit to be legally or officially taken away from you as a punishment
adjective gorge 3
extremely beautiful or attractive
adjective graduate 3
relating to or involved in studies done at a university after completing a first degree British Equivalent: postgraduate
adjective grave 3
a grave accent is a mark put above a letter in some languages such as French to show the pronunciation, for example è acute, circumflex circumflex
adjective ground 3
ground coffee or nuts have been broken up into powder or very small pieces, using a special machine
adjective group
An adjective group or adjectival group is a group of words based on an adjective, such as `very nice' or `interested in football'. An adjective group can also consist simply of an adjective
adjective in 4
fashionable   out
adjective iron 3
very firm and strong or determined
adjective kid 3
kid sister/brother your kid sister or brother is younger than you are British Equivalent: little sister/brother
adjective lay 3
a not trained or not knowing much about a particular profession or subject layman
adjective meet 3
right or suitable
adjective pat 3
a pat answer or explanation seems too quick and too simple and sounds as if it has been used before
adjective plane 3
completely flat and smooth
adjective pocket 3
small enough to be carried in your pocket
adjective precipitate 3
happening or done too quickly, and not thought about carefully = hasty
adjective pronoun
A pronoun acting as an adjective, such as which in which dictionaries?
adjective quack 3
relating to the activities or medicines of someone who pretends to be a doctor
adjective rave 3
rave reviews/notices/reports strong praise for a new play, book etc, especially in a newspaper or magazine win/receive/earn rave reviews
adjective rear 3
at or near the back of something, especially a vehicle   front
adjective return 3
used or paid for a journey from one place to another and back again single American Equivalent: round trip
adjective roast 3
adjective rose 3
pink in colour
adjective rubbish 3
not skilful at a particular activity
adjective shit 4
very bad
adjective signal 3
important signal achievement/success/failure etc
adjective sink 3
sink estate/school an area where people live or a school that is in a very bad condition and seems unlikely to improve
adjective sneak 3
doing things very secretly and quickly, so that people do not notice you or cannot stop you
adjective spanking 3
at a spanking pace/rate very fast
adjective spot 3
for buying or paying immediately, not at some future time
adjective spruce 3
neat and clean
adjective stretch 3
stretch clothes or material stretch if you pull them and then return to their original shape
adjective swell 3
very good = great
adjective toy 3
a toy animal or dog is a type of dog that is specially bred to be very small
adjective treble 4
a treble voice or instrument produces high notes
adjective video 3
relating to or used in the process of recording and showing pictures on television audio
adjective wonder 3
very good and effective
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attributive adjective
An adjective that describes an attribute of the noun phrase of which it is a part

The word “red” in “the red balloon” is an attributive adjective.

cardinal adjective
a cardinal number used as an adjective

Example: one in one meatball.

demonstrative adjective
an adjective that points out which person, object or concept is being referred to; whether it is singular or plural, and whether it is near or far from the speaker or writer

Note: In the English language they are the same as the demonstrative pronouns - this, that, these and those.

indefinite adjective
An indefinite pronoun used as a determiner
interrogative adjective
an interrogative pronoun used as an adjective

Examples (from English) - what and which.

limiting adjective
an adjective that limits a noun; they include definite articles, indefinite articles, possessive adjectives, demonstrative adjectives, indefinite adjectives, interrogative adjectives, cardinal adjectives, ordinal adjectives, proper adjectives and nouns used as adjectives
numerical adjective
a number used as an adjective; either a cardinal adjective (such as one) or an ordinal adjective (such as first)
ordinal adjective
a ordinal number used as an adjective

Example: first in first attempt.

participial adjective
a participle used as an adjective, such as drowning in the drowning man and drowned in the drowned man
possessive adjective
An adjective expressing possession

My, its and his are possessive adjectives.

predicative adjective
An adjective that is not part of the noun clause it modifies, but is linked to it with a copula

‘Complicated’ is a predicative adjective in the sentence ‘Grammar is complicated.’.

proper adjective
An adjective derived from a proper noun, such as British derived from Britain

These two general classes of adjectives may also be divided into several others, of which the following are the most important: — 1. A proper adjective is one that is derived from a proper name; as, American . . .

quasi adjective
adjectival noun, a specific group of words in Japanese parts of speech. Those words can be used as a noun simply, and as an adjective with postfix "な"(na), in different to Japanese common adjectives,形容詞(keiyōshi). In Japanese, those words are categorized in 形容動詞 (keiyōdōshi)
relative adjective
a relative pronoun used in an adjectival clause

Example: whose in the man whose time had come.

substantive adjective
An adjective used alone in the absence of the noun that it modifies
as an adjective; in an adjectival manner
To add or annex; to join
as an adjective (Grammar)
As, or in the manner of, an adjective; adjectively
As, or in the manner of an adjective
words that describe nouns or pronouns Ex : Yoko is a wise woman
1 Compound Adjectives If two or more descriptive words precede the noun, each of which describes the noun, use a comma (or "and," when appropriate) between each descriptive word
a word which modifies a noun or a pronoun
words that describe nouns or pronouns Ex : Yoko is a wise woman
words that describe or modify nouns: Children’s dirty faces peered in the candy shop window The word dirty describes faces
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plural of adjective
attributive adjective
{i} adjective that comes before a noun and not after a copula verb, (Grammar)
compound adjective
{i} (Grammar) adjective comprising of two parts and in general written with a hyphen (e.g.: never-ending, worn-out)
counter 3,adverb adjective
be/run/go counter to sth to be the opposite of something
descriptive adjective
`a nervous person' or `a musical speaking voice'
descriptive adjective
an adjective that ascribes to its noun the value of an attribute of that noun e
forte 2,adverb adjective
played or sung loudly   piano
piano 2,adverb adjective
played or sung quietly
possessive adjective
(Grammar) pronominal adjective that expresses possession (my, your, his, her, its, our and their)
possessive adjective
A pronominal adjective expressing possession
proper adjective
An adjective formed from a proper noun
proper adjective
{i} (Grammar) adjective that is formed from a proper noun (e.g.: "Canadian" is formed from "Canada")
relational adjective
an adjective that classifies its noun e
relational adjective
`a nervous disease' or `a musical instrument'
verbal adjective
An adjective that is derived from a verb and that in some constructions, participial phrases for example, preserves the verb's syntactic features, such as transitivity and the capability of taking nominal or verbal complements