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verbal (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive verbal, Comparative , Superlative
Hyphenation:
ver | bal, No increase
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [vɛʁˈbaːl]
Word meaning / definition:
1) with words, with the help of oral or written language
2) linguistics with the participation of a verb, like a verb
Origin of the term:
from Latinverbalis borrowed this to Latin verbum "Expression, language, speaking, verb, word"; Pfeifer dates its occurrence to around 1700.
Opposite words:
1) non-verbal, paraverbal
2) nominal
Application examples:
1) There was a violent one verbal Confrontation.
1) “The wise slope to more verbal Thrift affects even the most elementary formulas of courtesy. "
1) “The written declaration is mostly a verbal Grade"
1) “There will be one verbal The utterance is replaced or, if it is added, it really just comes in. "
1) “In the first four years there is verbal Assessments, grades are only compulsory from grade seven, in between there is freedom of choice. "
2) Tales tend to be a more verbal maintained as a nominal style.
Typical word combinations:
2) verbal part of the sentence
Word formations:
1) Verbal erotic, verbal jury, verbal contract
2) Verbal abstract, verbal adjective, verbal adverb, verbal inflection, verbal genus, verbal group, verbalize, verbal bracket, verbal construction, verbal noun, verbal paradigm, verb phrase, verbal prefix, verbal style, verbal noun, verbal suffix, verbal system

Translations

  • Hungarian: 1) szóbeli, verbális

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The youth from the Leoben district attacked the officers verbal and physically.
Kleine Zeitung, May 19, 2019

The fathers only got on the sidewalk verbal to each other.
Kölnische Rundschau, February 14, 2019

The American President has heavily criticized Jeff Sessions. This is now beating verbal back.
Bernerzeitung.ch, 23 August 2018

A man initially has a passenger on a tram in Augsburg verbal threatened. Then he waved a gun around.
Augsburger Allgemeine, October 16, 2018

Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo (33) has Real President Florentino Perez verbal attacked.
FootballEuropa.com, October 30, 2018

This time it is as violent on the pitch as verbal between the coaches?
BILD.de, February 03, 2020

The business owner initially confronted the dog owner verbal on the circumstance.
Kölnische Rundschau, November 2nd, 2020

On Thursday afternoon there was an argument in Wilthen. Two men have each other verbal quarreled. One then wounded the other with a knife.
Day 24, November 22, 2019

Their soccer careers have taken them into different spheres. Now Toni and Felix want Kroos verbal Playing double passes and now and then slipping the other one in between.
digitalfernsehen.de, May 15, 2020

Investigative journalist Elena Milaschina is appointed by Chechnya Prime Minister Ramzan Kadyrov verbal attacked. That can be fatal.
TAZ, April 23, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / Declinations

Verbal Flexion - The declension of the adjective verbal

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe verbalof the verbalthe verbalthe verbal
Femininethe verbalthe verbalthe verbalthe verbal
neuterthe verbalof the verbalthe verbalthe verbal
Pluralthe verbalthe verbalthe verbalthe verbal
indefinite article
Masculinea verbal oneone verbala verbala verbal
Femininea verbal onea verbala verbala verbal one
neutera verbalone verbala verbala verbal
without article
Masculinemore verbalverbalverbalverbal
Feminineverbalmore verbalmore verbalverbal
neuterverbalverbalverbalverbal
Pluralverbalmore verbalverbalverbal

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • communicated through words
  • orally: in spoken form
  • linguistically: related to the or a language; related to language use or language styles
  • literally: in the exact wording; in its basic meaning, without any additional meaning such as metaphor or irony

Another word (synonym) for verbal - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "verbal":

walk: ... lap the runner from Kenya took the lead. Confronting someone - verbally attacking someone. Going bankrupt - (actively) filing for bankruptcy; due to insolvency in ...

verb:… 1) Verbs are conjugated according to person, number, tense and mode. Derived words: 1) verbal, verbal adjective, verbal group, verbalize, verb phrase, verbal style 1) ...

traffic: ... routes, paths intended for this purpose 2) social interaction, social contacts, social or verbal exchange 3) briefly for sexual intercourse 4) exchange of goods ...

But:… Get, get translations English: but French: mais (male), bouclier verbal (male) Polish: ale (neuter), 2) niechęć (female) Swedish: men…

finish: Participate Origin of the term: Verbal derivation of the noun Finish from English to finish Related terms: 1) finishing, finished application examples: 1) “In addition, APS-sprayed Mo-NiCrBSi and hard chrome layers were tested as comparison layers


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verbal agreement (English) Part of speech: noun Hyphenation: ver | bal a | gree | ment, plural: ver | bal a | gree | ments ...

verbal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ver | ba | le Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [vɛʁˈbaːlə]…

verbaled (English) Part of speech: conjugated form Grammatical characteristics: simple past of the verb verbal part of speech: ...

verbal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ver | ba | lem Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [vɛʁˈbaːləm]…

verbal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ver | ba | len Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [vɛʁˈbaːlən]…

more verbal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ver | ba | ler Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [vɛʁˈbaːlɐ]…

verbal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ver | ba | les Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [vɛʁˈbaːləs]…

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verbaling Part of Speech: Participle I Grammatical characteristics: Present participle of the verb verbal

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verbalises (English) Part of speech: Conjugated form Grammatical characteristics: 3rd person singular indicative present active of the verb ...

verbalize (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Forms: Verbalized Hyphenation: ver | ba | li | sier Pronunciation / Emphasis: ...

verbalize (German) Part of speech: Conjugated form Variants: 2nd person singular imperative present active: verbalized ...

verbalize (German) Part of Speech: Verb Conjugations: Present: I verbalize; you verbalize; he, she, verbalizes itPreparatory: ...

verbalizing (German) Part of Speech: Participle I Hyphenation: ver | ba | li | sie | rend Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [vɛʁbaliˈziːʁənt]…

verbalizing (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ver | ba | li | sie | ren | de Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…