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Definition of: gerund

(jerənd) noun Gram.
1. In Latin, a verbal noun used only in the oblique cases of the singular, as furor scribendi, a rage for writing.
2. In English, a verbal noun ending in -ing, functioning as a noun, but capable of taking objects and adverbial modifiers. Example: Writing poetry well is an art. [<LL gerundium <gerere carry on, do]
—ge·rundi·al
(jə·rundē·əl) adjective

Most often used phrases:

english gerund
gerund forms
madding gerund
infinitive gerund
gerund verb
gerund ending
latin gerund
gerund participle
gerund ing
estar gerund
gerund e
gerund construction
gerund requires
gerund needed
participle gerund

'gerund' used in domains:

jaegerundhund.com
collegerundown.com
langerundleute.com
stammbergerundweis.com
bergerundberger.com
outriggerundie.com

Phrases starting with the letter: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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