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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The latter, however, is a syntactic matter which does not result in the creation of a new word, though, in my view, in certain cases like the blacks live in that area, total conversion may be assumed since the adjective not only occupies the noun slot but it also functions inflectionally like it.
This characteristic is possibly related to the fact that the comparative and superlative degree of MGr colour adjectives is expressed periphrastically, not inflectionally.
The oppositions between several categories of mood--such as the imperative, optative, conditional, conjunctive, conjunctive-conditional, desiderative--can not be expressed inflectionally in non--verbal predicate constructions.
Ossetic did (and do not) know this kind of aspect opposition, expressed inflectionally and restricted to the Past.