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Closed
2013-03-12 20:27
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Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

forum Verbs and verb phrases (verbs with compliments or modifiers, which together function syntactically as a verb) should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding dictionary form) and assigned to the "verb" class. Don't use this class for inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.

There is no further formal classification of verbs on dict.cc.
forum However, in all new or re-opened entries, transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdm.", "qn.", "jdn./etw.", "etw. [Akk.]", "oneself", "sich" or an example object. Verbs that can be both transitive and intransitive should include the placeholder in parentheses, as in "compter (qc.)".
Closed
2012-03-17 13:56
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

forum Verbs and verb phrases (verbs with compliments or modifiers, which together function syntactically as a verb) should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding dictionary form) and assigned to the "verb" class. Don't use this class for inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.

There is no further formal classification of verbs on dict.cc.
However, transitive and reflexive verbs can be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdm.", "qn.", "jdn./etw.", "etw. [Akk.]", "oneself", "sich" or an example object. Verbs that can be both transitive and intransitive may include the placeholder in parentheses, as in "compter (qc.)".
Closed
2012-03-17 13:55
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

forum Verbs and verb phrases (verbs with compliments or modifiers, which
together function syntactically as a verb) should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding dictionary form) and assigned to the "verb" class. Don't use this class for inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.

There is no further formal classification of verbs on dict.cc.
However, transitive and reflexive verbs can be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdm.", "qn.", "jdn./etw.", "etw. [Akk.]", "oneself", "sich" or an example object. Verbs that can be both transitive and intransitive may include the placeholder in parentheses, as in "compter (qc.)".
Closed
2011-08-26 16:07
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

forum Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. Don't use this class for inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.

There is no further formal classification of verbs on dict.cc.
However, transitive and reflexive verbs can be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdm.", "qn.", "jdn./etw.", "etw. [Akk.]", "oneself", "sich" or an example object. Verbs that can be both transitive and intransitive may include the placeholder in parentheses, as in "compter (qc.)".
Closed
2011-04-17 17:28
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. Don't use this class for inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.

Transitive and reflexive verbs can be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdm.", "qn.", "jdn./etw.", "etw. [Akk.]", "oneself", "sich" or an example object.
Verbs that can be both transitive and intransitive may include the placeholder in parentheses, as in "compter (qc.)".
To emphasize intransitivity (verbs that take no object), you can add the "[intrans.]" tag to both sides of the translation.
Transitivity information is optional.
Closed
2011-04-14 14:02
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. Don't use this class for inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.

Transitive and reflexive verbs can be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdm.", "qn.", "jdn./etw.", "etw. [Akk.]", "oneself", "sich" or an example object.
Verbs that can be both transitive and intransitive may include the placeholder in parentheses, as in "compter (qc.)".
To emphasize intransitivity (verbs that take no object), you can add the "[intrans.]" tag.
Transitivity information is optional.
Closed
2011-04-12 19:12
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. English verb entries beginning with the word "to" are classified automatically.
This also applies to Icelandic ("að"), Swedish ("att"), Danish ("at"), Romanian ("a") and Norwegian ("å").

Transitive and reflexive verbs can be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdm.", "qn.", "jdn./etw.", "etw. [Akk.]", "oneself", "sich" or an example object. To emphasize intransitivity (verbs that take no object), you can add the "[intrans.]" tag. Transitivity information is optional.

The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.
Closed
2011-03-26 15:58
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. English verb entries beginning with the word "to" are classified automatically.
This also applies to Icelandic ("að"), Swedish ("att"), Danish ("at"), Romanian ("a") and Norwegian ("å").

Transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdm.", "qn.", "jdn./etw.", "etw. [Akk.]", "oneself", "sich" or an example object. To emphasize intransitivity (verbs that take no object), you can add the "[intrans.]" tag.

The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.
Closed
2010-06-02 10:57
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. English verb entries beginning with the word "to" are classified automatically.
This also applies to Icelandic ("að"), Swedish ("att"), Danish ("at"), Romanian ("a") and Norwegian ("å").

Transitive and reflexive verbs can be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdn.", "qn." or an example object. There are no special classes for transitive / intransitive verbs, just use the "verb" class.
The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.
Closed
2010-06-02 10:53
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. English verb entries beginning with the word "to" are classified automatically.
This also applies to Icelandic ("að"), Swedish ("att"), Danish ("at"), Romanian ("a") and Norwegian ("å").

Transitive and reflexive verbs can be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdn.", "qn." or an example object. There are no special classes for transitive / intransitive verbs.
The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.
Closed
2010-05-11 17:08
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. English verb entries beginning with the word "to" are classified automatically.
This also applies to Icelandic ("að"), Swedish ("att"), Danish ("at"), Romanian ("a") and Norwegian ("å").

Transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdn.", "qn." or an example object. There are no special classes for transitive / intransitive verbs.
The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.
Closed
2010-05-11 17:07
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. English verb entries beginning with the word "to" are classified automatically.
This also applies to Icelandic ("að"), Swedish ("att"), Danish ("at"), Romanian ("a") and Norwegian ("å").

Transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdn.", "qn." or an example object.
There are no special classes for transitive / intransitive verbs.
The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.
Closed
2010-02-05 14:05
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. English verb entries beginning with the word "to" are classified automatically.
This also applies to Icelandic ("að"), Swedish ("att"), Danish ("at"), Romanian ("a") and Norwegian ("å").

Transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdn.", "qn.", ...
There are no special classes for transitive / intransitive verbs.
The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.
Closed
2010-02-05 13:53
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: VERBS

Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. English verb entries beginning with the word "to" are classified automatically. This also applies to Icelandic ("að"), Swedish ("att"), Danish ("at"), Romanian ("a") and Norwegian ("å").
Transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdn.", "qn.", ... There are no special classes for transitive / intransitive verbs.
The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.
Closed
2010-02-05 13:51
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes: Verbs

Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. English verb entries beginning with the word "to" are classified automatically. This also applies to Icelandic ("að"), Swedish ("att"), Danish ("at"), Romanian ("a") and Norwegian ("å").
Transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdn.", "qn.", ... There are no special classes for transitive / intransitive verbs.
The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.
Paul (10)

Word Classes: Verbs

VERBS
Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. English verb entries beginning with the word "to" are classified automatically. This also applies to Icelandic ("að"), Swedish ("att"), Danish ("at"), Romanian ("a") and Norwegian ("å").
Transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdn.", "qn.", ... There are no special classes for transitive / intransitive verbs.
The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.
Closed
2009-11-11 18:01
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes

NOUNS
Nouns are assigned to the "noun" class automatically if a gender or plural tag is inserted. That's why gender tags - {f}, {n}, {pl}, {?}, {m.pl}, ..., anything in curly brackets - should only be used with nouns.
In case of expressions consisting of multiple nouns, use the gender tag only for (and immediately after) the grammatically dominant noun, e.g. bicchiere {m} da vino (plural: "i bicchieri da vino").
Names of persons, institutions etc. without such tags should be manually marked as nouns.
Nouns used attributively should be marked as "adj", not as "noun" or "attr".

VERBS
Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. English verb entries beginning with the word "to" are classified automatically. This also applies to Icelandic ("að"), Swedish ("att"), Danish ("at"), Romanian ("a") and Norwegian ("å").
Transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdn.", "qn.", ... There are no special classes for transitive / intransitive verbs.
The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used attributively, have to be assigned to the class "adj". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS, INTERJECTIONS, PRONOUNS have to be be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, interj, pron). Imperatives should not be classified as interjections.

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Whole sentences, phrases (including prepositional constructions with a noun or pronoun object), examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, do not belong to any word class and should be marked with "[none]".
Closed
2009-11-11 17:22
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Word Classes

NOUNS
Nouns are assigned to the "noun" class automatically if a gender or plural tag is inserted. That's why gender tags - {f}, {n}, {pl}, {?}, {m.pl}, ..., anything in curly brackets - should only be used with nouns.
In case of expressions consisting of multiple nouns, use the gender tag only for (and immediately after) the grammatically dominant noun, e.g. bicchiere {m} da vino (plural: "i bicchieri da vino").
Names of persons, institutions etc. without such tags should be manually marked as nouns.
Nouns used attributively should be marked as "adj", not as "noun" or "attr".

VERBS
Verbs and verb phrases should be entered in the infinitive (or corresponding form) and assigned to the "verb" class. English verb entries beginning with the word "to" are classified automatically. This also applies to Icelandic ("að"), Swedish ("att"), Danish ("at"), Romanian ("a") and Norwegian ("å").
Transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object like "sth.", "jdn.", "qn.", ... There are no special classes for transitive / intransitive verbs.
The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.

ADJECTIVES, including nouns and participles used attributively, have to be assigned to the class "adj".

PARTICIPLES in addition should be classified as "pres-p" or "past-p", according to their tense. When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.

ADVERBS, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS, INTERJECTIONS, PRONOUNS have to be be classified manually (adv, prep, conj, interj, pron). Imperatives should not be classified as interjections.

OTHER WORD CLASSES
Whole sentences, phrases (including prepositional constructions with a noun or pronoun object), examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, do not belong to any word class and should be marked with "[none]".
Closed
2009-11-11 12:25
Suggestion accepted
sae1962 (2)

*6b. Word Classes*

Word classes not assigned automatically must be entered manually by clicking an entry in the list.
Nouns are automatically assigned to the "noun" class, when a gender or plural tag is inserted on the German side. Names of persons, institutions etc. without such tags should be manually marked as nouns. Nouns used attributively should be marked as "adj", not as "noun" or "attr".
Adjectives, including nouns and participles used attributively, must be marked manually as "adj". Participles in addition should be classed according to tense as "pres-p" or "past-p". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned. Otherwise separate entries must be made.
Verbs are automatically classed as such, when the English infinitive beginning with "to" is given. Transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object, e.g. "sb/sth": there is no special class "v.i." or "v.t." The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.
The classes '"adv" (adverb), "prep" (preposition), "conj" (conjunction), "interj" (interjection -- not including imperatives) and "pron" (pronoun) must be assigned manually.
Whole sentences, phrases (including prepositional constructions with a noun or pronoun object), examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, do not belong to any word class and should be marked with "[none]".
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*6b. Word Classes*

Word classes not assigned automatically must be entered manually by clicking an entry in the list.
Nouns are automatically assigned to the "noun" class, when a gender or plural tag is inserted on the German side. Names of persons, institutions etc. without such tags should be manually marked as nouns. Nouns used attributively should be marked as "adj", not as "noun" or "attr".
Adjectives, including nouns and participles used attributively, must be marked manually as "adj". Participles in addition should be classed according to tense as "pres-p" or "past-p". When adjective and adverb forms are identical on both sides, both classes can be assigned, otherwise separate entries must be made.
Verbs are automatically classed as such, when the English infinitive beginning with "to" is given. Transitive and reflexive verbs should be entered together with an abbreviated object, e.g. "sb/sth": there is no special class "v.i." or "v.t." The class "verb" should not be assigned to inflected verb forms like the past tense, the imperative or the present and past participles.
The classes '"adv" (adverb), "prep" (preposition), "conj" (conjunction), "interj" (interjection -- not including imperatives) and "pron" (pronoun) must be assigned manually.
Whole sentences, phrases (including prepositional constructions with a noun or pronoun object), examples and fixed expressions, as well as cardinal numbers, do not belong to any word class and should be marked with "[none]".
Opened
2009-11-08 12:24
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