Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of causative.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • What is more, even when this distinction has been drawn, the denotations of the gerundive phrases often remain ambiguous, especially when the verbs whose nominalizations appear in these phrases are causatives.

    Action

  • If the fundamental causatives are not addressed, history will repeat itself like it almost did with the women's wing in recent history.

    Zimbabwe Telegraph and ZimDaily Forums

  • Reflexes of serial causatives in New Guinea Oceanic languages

    Far Outliers

  • Moreover, the two groups of innovative causatives are in complementary distribution in Papua New Guinea and both differ from the causative pattern commonly found in Oceanic languages elsewhere.

    Far Outliers

  • Innovative causatives derived from causative serial constructions appear to have supplanted to varying degrees the inherited prefix

    Far Outliers

  • If the fundamental causatives are not addressed, history will repeat itself like it almost did with the women's wing in recent history.

    Zimbabwe Telegraph and ZimDaily Forums

  • If the fundamental causatives are not addressed, history will repeat itself like it almost did with the women's wing in recent history.

    Zimbabwe Telegraph and ZimDaily Forums

  • If the fundamental causatives are not addressed, history will repeat itself like it almost did with the women's wing in recent history.

    Zimbabwe Telegraph and ZimDaily Forums

  • If the fundamental causatives are not addressed, history will repeat itself like it almost did with the women's wing in recent history.

    Zimbabwe Telegraph and ZimDaily Forums

  • Part 3 suggests reasons for preferring the serial causatives.

    Far Outliers

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