Noun(1) an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences
Adjective(1) serving or tending to connect(2) involving the joint activity of two or more
(1) To succeed in setting aside a Default Judgment, the Defendant must satisfy this three-part conjunctive test.(2) In the second part a problem for this analysis is discussed, i.e. the problem of conjunctive permission sentences.(3) In the examples above, the conjunctive phrases are just being used to denote the relevant set - there is no notion that the alternatives in the world are aligned one-to-one with the conjuncts in the words.(4) Most conjuncts are adverbs (also known as conjunctive adverbs) and prepositional phrases.(5) I don't believe that these two examples are ungrammatical, nor do I think that they would be improved stylistically by replacing the conjunctive contrast with a than phrase.(6) The specific action is seen as a required consequent of some antecedent formed by a conjunctive chain.(7) Consistent with previous studies, the current study found that in a conjunctive search task, response time and patterns of eye movements were strongly influenced by the ratio between two types of distractors.(8) Whether sex chromosomes and autosomes differ in their conjunctive mechanism is an unresolved issue.(9) The second conjunctive requirement deals with the appellant's ├ö├ç├┐ability├ö├ç├û to understand not her ├ö├ç├┐failure to understand.├ö├ç├û(10) In the latter, phloem is produced outwardly from each of the successive cambia and therefore lies between conjunctive tissue (which is not secondary xylem) and the secondary xylem produced by each of the cambia.(11) The famous doctor sets forth this doctrine to explain his interest in bamboo as he found its qualities effective against degenerative processes in the cartilages and conjunctive tissue.(12) For children of both age groups and adults, the magnitude of the single event probability appeared to impact the proportion of correct responses in conjunctive problems of the kind presented here.(13) It consists mainly of conjunctive collagen fibrils packed in lamellar bundles that are immersed in an amorphous ground fluid.(14) At minimum, our examination will highlight potential facilitative factors that have been conjunctive with trust.(15) For these reasons, conjunctive strategies are likely to have lower clinical sensitivity (i.e., many people who actually have a given disorder will fail to meet a conjunctive set of diagnostic criteria).(16) Therefore, it would be reasonable to expect that compared to their younger counterparts, older children would be more proficient at reasoning, in general, and more successful in making conjunctive judgments, in particular.
(1) conjunctive adverb :: konjunktiv biord
2. concerted ::
3. conjunct ::
4. conjunction ::
5. continuative ::
6. connective ::
Different Formsconjunctive, conjunctives
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