inflection

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inflection

noun accent, accentuation, cadence, expression, intonation, modulation, pitch, stress, tone, voice change
Associated concepts: demeanor of a witness, polygraph test
See also: intonation, stress
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Los lexemas bomba, clave, sorpresa, fiesta, promedio, modelo, credito, relampago, fantasma trajinados y de uso aceptado y constante siguen apareciendo en los compuestos nominales paradigmaticos sin la flexion del plural, rasgo que muestra que la Teoria del Bloqueo Inflexional sigue vigente Chela-Flores, G.
We therefore observe that whereas the entire inflexional system has disappeared to that of the surrounding majority language, a derivational process has been retained, alongside the pronominal system.
Both the results presented in this sub-section and those obtained in the first phase of the analysis suggest that the morphological status of i- attached to infinitives is far from inflexional.
The objectives were, first, to take advantage of Spanish inflexional morphology, which allows rigorous control of some of the variables that may influence RTs, such as the perfect matching in length between prime and target and the percentage of shared letters, to establish consistent contrasts between priming categories; second, to provide data supporting a specific stage of morphological processing, nonreducible to the sum of orthographic plus semantic activation.
En el analisis de los parametros formacionales de los signos de esta lengua se explica el comportamiento del proceso inflexional en los verbos espaciales locativos.
Integrating category acquisition with inflexional marking: A model of the German nominal system.
While predicates that display PREDF and OF forms can be called true predicates as having full-fledged inflexional paradigms and lacking nominal properties whatsoever, predicates representing AF that are, with the exception of 3PL, zero-ending forms, resemble possessa of possessive NPs (see Krejnovic 1958:134) and express secondary features of the focalized subjects.
The time-course of inflexional morphological priming.
In Russian, inflexional morphology and case system are not as developed as those in Estonian.