transitive - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "transitive" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

transitive / переходный
[ˈtræn.sə.tɪv]
[ˈtrɑːn-]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
переходный
transition, transitional, transitive, transitory, interjacent, in-between
имя существительное
переходный глагол
transitive
Определения
имя прилагательное
(of a verb or a sense or use of a verb) able to take a direct object (expressed or implied), e.g., saw in he saw the donkey.
Furthermore, the verbs are usually transitive , though occasionally they are used intransitively with a preposition like for, of, or about introducing the object.
(of a relation) such that, if it applies between successive members of a sequence, it must also apply between any two members taken in order. For instance, if A is larger than B, and B is larger than C, then A is larger than C.
The reason for this consequence is that identity is a transitive relation: that is to say, if a is identical with b and b is identical with c, then, of necessity, a is identical with c.
имя существительное
a transitive verb.
Are transitives conjoined with intransitives bad?
Примеры
The first part of the utterance seems to be in English, except for the verb rub which has been given the Tok Pisin suffix - im, which marks transitive verbs.
Furthermore, the verbs are usually transitive , though occasionally they are used intransitively with a preposition like for, of, or about introducing the object.
When most individuals in the group differ in size, stable dominance relationships generally yield transitive hierarchies consistent with size.
I glanced at Nick, who nodded, and the teacher went back to droning on and on about the transitive property in Geometry: easily the most boring class of the day.
A grammar of Japanese will tell you that a transitive verb is positioned after its object, not before, because you couldn't guess that if no one told you.
The transitive property of equality says that if a = b and b = c, then a = c.
The reason for this consequence is that identity is a transitive relation: that is to say, if a is identical with b and b is identical with c, then, of necessity, a is identical with c.
He also considered permutation groups of small degree, groups having a small number of conjugacy classes, multiply transitive groups, and characteristic subgroups of finite groups.
However, some transitive verbs take a prepositional phrase instead of an indirect object.
But it is the rare transitive use of the verb, with the action sent on to an object, that catches the attention of philologists.