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ate (verb)

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  • Ate (disambiguation) — Ate or ATE may refer to:* Ate (orchid), a small orchid genus * Ate (food), a sweet jelly like foodstuff made from fruit * 111 Ate, an asteroid * Ate District in Lima, Peru * Ate Glow, a Filipino comedian * Automatic test equipment * ate , a… …   Wikipedia

  • Verb Subject Object — (VSO) is a term in linguistic typology. It represents one type of languages when classifying languages according to the sequence of these constituents in neutral expressions: Ate Sam oranges .Examples of languages with VSO word order include… …   Wikipedia

  • -ate — [From the L. suffix atus, the past participle ending of verbs of the 1st conj.] 1. As an ending of participles or participial adjectives it is equivalent to ed; as, situate or situated; animate or animated. [1913 Webster] 2. As the ending of a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • -ate — {{11}} ate (1) suffix used in forming nouns from Latin words ending in atus, atum (e.g. ESTATE (Cf. estate), PRIMATE (Cf. primate), SENATE (Cf. senate)). Those that came to English via Old and Middle French often arrived with at, but an e was… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Verb — This article is about the part of speech. For the physical activity program, see VERB (program). For English usage of verbs, see English verbs. Verbs redirects here. For the Christian gospel rapper, see Verbs (rapper). Examples I washed the car… …   Wikipedia

  • -ate — I a suffix occurring orig. in loanwords from Latin, as adjectives (literate; passionate), nouns (candidate; prelate), and esp. past participles of verbs, which in English may function as verbs or adjectives (consecrate; considerate; translate);… …   From formal English to slang

  • Verb argument — In linguistics, a verb argument is a phrase that appears in a syntactic relationship with the verb in a clause. In English, for example, the two most important arguments are the subject and the direct object.[1] Nearly all languages identify… …   Wikipedia

  • Verb framing — In linguistics, verb framing and satellite framing are typological descriptions of how verb phrases in different languages describe the manner of motion and the path of motion.Manner of motion refers to a type of distinct motion described by a… …   Wikipedia

  • Verb Object Subject — In linguistic typology, Verb Object Subject or Verb Object Agent commonly used in its abbreviated form VOS or VOA represents the language classification type in which the following sequence of the three constituents, in neutral expressions, is… …   Wikipedia

  • -ate — I. noun suffix Etymology: Middle English at, from Anglo French, from Latin atus, atum, masculine & neuter of atus, past participle ending 1. one acted upon (in a specified way) < distillate > 2. [New Latin atum, from Latin] chemical compound or… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • -ate — ate1 a suffix occurring in loanwords from Latin, its English distribution paralleling that of Latin. The form originated as a suffix added to a stem verbs to form adjectives (separate). The resulting form could also be used independently as a… …   Universalium

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