verbal


verbal
adj.
verbal.
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verbal
adjetivo
1 verbal, oral
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adj.
verbal
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ADJ (gen) verbal; [mensaje] oral
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adjetivo verbal
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= vocal, unwritten, verbal.
Ex. Some books provoke vocal responses while others seem to turn people in on themselves, when they prefer to say nothing but savor the reading in silence.
Ex. She did stir uneasily when one day he exhorted her to be careful whom she was seen with, and when he advised her to remember that in her new and different setting people who fail to observe unwritten rules of acceptable behavior are in some people's eyes expendable.
Ex. Instead of struggling alone, locked in our inadequacy with words, we couple with the writer in an act of verbal creation in which communication is consummated.
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* abuso verbal = verbal abuse.
* acuerdo verbal = verbal agreement.
* agresión verbal = verbal aggression, verbal assault, verbal abuse.
* apéndice verbal = verbal extension.
* compromiso verbal = verbal commitment.
* diarrea verbal = verbal diarrhoea.
* intercambio verbal = exchange, verbal exchange.
* nombre verbal = verbal noun.
* plano verbal = verbal plane.
* sistema de clasificación verbal = verbal classification system.
* tiempo verbal = tense.
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adjetivo verbal
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= vocal, unwritten, verbal.

Ex: Some books provoke vocal responses while others seem to turn people in on themselves, when they prefer to say nothing but savor the reading in silence.

Ex: She did stir uneasily when one day he exhorted her to be careful whom she was seen with, and when he advised her to remember that in her new and different setting people who fail to observe unwritten rules of acceptable behavior are in some people's eyes expendable.
Ex: Instead of struggling alone, locked in our inadequacy with words, we couple with the writer in an act of verbal creation in which communication is consummated.
* abuso verbal = verbal abuse.
* acuerdo verbal = verbal agreement.
* agresión verbal = verbal aggression, verbal assault, verbal abuse.
* apéndice verbal = verbal extension.
* compromiso verbal = verbal commitment.
* diarrea verbal = verbal diarrhoea.
* intercambio verbal = exchange, verbal exchange.
* nombre verbal = verbal noun.
* plano verbal = verbal plane.
* sistema de clasificación verbal = verbal classification system.
* tiempo verbal = tense.

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verbal
adjective
1 (Ling) verbal
desinencias verbales verb endings
2 (oral, de palabra) verbal
acuerdo/contrato verbal verbal agreement/contract
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verbal adjetivo
verbal
verbal adjetivo verbal
'verbal' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
apalabrar
- pretérita
- pretérito
- verborrea
- voz
- ataque
- en
- palabra
English:
fear
- verbal
- word-of-mouth
- attack
- joke
- unwritten
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verbal adj
verbal
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verbal
adj GRAM verbal
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verbal adj
: verbal
verbalmente adv

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • verbal — verbal, ale, aux [ vɛrbal, o ] adj. • 1337, attesté par l adv. verbalement; lat. verbalis, de verbum → verbe I ♦ 1 ♦ Qui se fait de vive voix (opposé à écrit). ⇒ oral. Promesse verbale. Ordres, rapports verbaux. Convention verbale. Location… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • verbal — verbal, ale (vèr bal, ba l ) adj. 1°   Qui n est que de vive voix et non par écrit. Des ordres verbaux. •   Il n y a point de promesse de mariage verbale ni par écrit, PATRU Plaidoyer 11. •   On a prétendu que le connétable de Montmorency fut… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • Verbal — Ver bal, a. [F., fr. L. verbalis. See {Verb}.] 1. Expressed in words, whether spoken or written, but commonly in spoken words; hence, spoken; oral; not written; as, a verbal contract; verbal testimony. [1913 Webster] Made she no verbal question?… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • verbal — VERBÁL, Ă, verbali, e, adj. 1. Care se face, se transmite, se comunică prin viu grai, din gură în gură; care caracterizează graiul viu, vorbirea; oral. 2. Care aparţine verbului (1), privitor la verb, de verb. ♢ Flexiune verbală = conjugare (2).… …   Dicționar Român

  • verbal — (Del lat. verbālis). 1. adj. Que se refiere a la palabra, o se sirve de ella. Memoria verbal. [m6]Expresión verbal. 2. Que se hace o estipula solo de palabra, y no por escrito. Injuria, contrato verbal. 3. Gram. Perteneciente o relativo al verbo …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • verbal — verb‧al [ˈvɜːbl ǁ ˈvɜːr ] adjective a verbal contract, agreement etc is one that is spoken rather than written: • The bank manager gave verbal assurances of the security of the investments. * * * verbal UK US /ˈvɜːbəl/ adjective ► spoken rather… …   Financial and business terms

  • verbal — has four meanings, all close enough to cause possible confusion: (1) ‘having the nature of a verb’ (verbal noun), (2) involving words rather than actual things • (Opposition between these two modes of speaking is rather verbal than real B. Jowett …   Modern English usage

  • verbal — Verbal, [verb]ale. Qui vient du verbe. Adjectif verbal. Substantif verbal. Verbal, signifie aussi, Qui n est que de vive voix, & non par escrit. Promesse verbale. requeste verbale. On appelle, Procez verbal, Un rapport par escrit, fait par un… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • verbal — [vʉr′bəl] adj. [LME < MFr < LL verbalis, of a word < verbum: see VERB] 1. of, in, or by means of words [a verbal image] 2. concerned merely with words, as distinguished from facts, ideas, or actions 3. in speech; oral rather than written …   English World dictionary

  • verbal — I adjective audible, expressed, nuncupative, oral, parole, pronounced, recited, spoken, stated, unwritten, uttered, verbum, voiced, vox associated concepts: Statute of Frauds, verbal acts, verbal agreements, verbal contracts, verbal gift, verbal… …   Law dictionary

  • verbal — (adj.) late 15c., dealing with words (especially in contrast to things or realities), from L. verbalis consisting of words, relating to verbs, from verbum word (see VERB (Cf. verb)). Verbal conditioning is recorded from 1954. Colloquial verbal… …   Etymology dictionary


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