inflection

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a change in pitch or tone of voice
a change in the form of a word that reflects a change in grammatical function
a turning away from a straight course
a change in curvature from concave to convex or from convex to concave
a change in the form of a word (usually by adding a suffix) to indicate a change in its grammatical function
The bound morpheme used to indicate the grammatical function of a word e g , -'s to indicate the possessive as in boy's, or -s or -es to indicate the plural
A bend; a fold; a curve; a turn; a twist
Small alteration of the pitch by a microtonal interval See also blue note
deviation from a straight or normal course a change in the form of a word (usually by adding a suffix) to indicate a change in its grammatical function
A departure from the monotone, or reciting note, in chanting
The variation or change which words undergo to mark case, gender, number, comparison, tense, person, mood, voice, etc
The act of inflecting, or the state of being inflected
Any change or modification in the pitch or tone of the voice
Bound morpheme that expresses grammatical information E g , -as, an important inflection of a-stem strong masculine verbs in OE expresses nominative or accusative case and plural number; it is attached to nouns to mark that case and number In Middle English, this inflection is changed to /s/ by sound change and just signals [+plural] and then is extended to other noun classes by analogy This inflection is, in fact, the ancestor of our ModE plural inflection for nouns
Change in pitch or loudness of the voice to indicate mood or emphasis
the patterns of stress and intonation in a language
variations or changes that words undergo to indicate their relations with other words and changes in meaning
a manner of speaking in which the loudness or pitch or tone of the voice is modified
The modification of the form of a word including the declension of nouns, adjectives and pronouns, and the conjugation of verbs
production of all those variants from a stem, which occur in syntactically determined environments This process does not involve a change of the wordclass and the stress pattern
The use of word endings and/or varying pitch to reflect different meanings and functions of words
{i} curve, bend; change in pitch or tone of the voice; addition of a suffix or other element to the basic form of a word to change its meaning or function (Grammar)
An inflection in someone's voice is a change in its tone or pitch as they are speaking. The man's voice was devoid of inflection
The change in form of a word, which indicates a grammatical change: eg behave - behaved - behaviour - misbehave
deviation from a straight or normal course
An inflection is a type of bound morpheme, with a grammatical function For example, the suffix "-ing" is an inflection which, when attached to a verb, forms the present participle form of the verb Other inflections in English form the other parts of verbs (such as the past tense and past participle forms), and the plural of nouns Some words inflect regularly, and some inflect irregularly, like the plural form "children" of "child", and the past tense and past participle forms "broke" and "broken" of the verb "break"
The rise and fall of voice pitch used for expression
A slide, modulation, or accent of the voice; as, the rising and the falling inflection
Same as Diffraction
In linguistics, morphological changes that make distinctions such as case, gender, person, tense, etc
Reversal of direction of curvature
In grammar, an inflection is a change in the form of a word that shows its grammatical function, for example a change that makes a noun plural or makes a verb into the past tense
inflexion
inflection point
a point of inflection
inflection points
plural form of inflection point
inflection point
A moment of dramatic change, especially in the development of a company, industry, or market
desinential inflection
In Arabic grammar, a final short vowel added to a base form to indicate nominative (-u, -un), genitive (-i, -in), or accusative (-a, -an) case
point of inflection
a point on a curve at which the sign of the curvature changes; at this point the second derivative of the underlying function will be zero, but positive on one side and negative on the other
points of inflection
plural form of point of inflection
ınflection
{n} the act of bending or varying, a bend
inflections
plural of inflection
inflexion
alternative spelling of inflection
inflexion
{i} (British spelling for inflection) curve, bend; change in pitch or tone of the voice; addition of a suffix or other element to the basic form of a word to change its meaning or function (Grammar)
inflexion
see inflection. another spelling of inflection
inflexion
a change in the form of a word (usually by adding a suffix) to indicate a change in its grammatical function
inflexions
plural of inflexion
inflection
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