For those interested in information on this site: This is a side project that I developed while working on the description of related words and words. Both projects are based on words, but have much bigger goals. I came up with the idea of a website that simply explains the word types of the words you`re looking for – just like a dictionary, but focused on the language part of the words. And since I already had a lot of the infrastructure from the other two places, I thought it wouldn`t be too much work to set it up. Nglish: Translation of father-in-law for Spanish-speaking “father-in-law”. Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/father-in-law. Retrieved 9 October 2022. There was a rumor that Alessandro and his father were both dead; But no one knew anything exactly. Plural forms of compound nouns: In general, plurals of compounds are formed by pluralizing the main element of the compound: stepfathers.
Some compounds have two plural forms. Currently, this is based on a version of wiktionary that is a few years old. I plan to update it to a newer version soon, and this update should bring a bunch of new word meanings for many words (or more precisely, lemma). Add stepfathers to one of your lists below or create a new one. The dictionary is based on wikimedia`s amazing Wiktionary project. I started with WordNet, but realized that many types of words/lemma were missing (determiners, pronouns, abbreviations, etc.). This prompted me to examine the 1913 edition of the Websters dictionary – which is now in the public domain. However, after a day`s work to put it in a database, I realized that there were far too many errors (especially in the markup of part of the speech) for it to be adapted to the type of word. Compound words are formed when two or more words are put together to create a new word that has a completely new meaning. These words are formed either by adding a hyphen or by using both words as a single term. Unfortunately, with the current database running this site, I have no data on the most commonly used meanings of ~term~. I have ideas on how to solve this problem, but I need to find a source for “sensory frequencies.” I hope there is enough information above to help you understand the language part of ~term~ and guess its most common usage.
With this tool, you can find the grammatical word type of almost any word. Brother-in-law Brother-in-law War Men Daughter-in-law Daughter-in-law Mother-in-law Mothers-in-law Passers-by Passers-by Sergeant Major Major Deputy Principal Passers-by In Israel, however, a new law went into effect on January 1 banning the use of underweight models. And he had gone and out of sight of the fast-galloping Benito, before Father Gaspara thought of himself. A few days later, Bush replied, “We will enforce the law in Florida.” For Harrison and his wife, there was no difference between the executive and judicial branches of the law. Special thanks to the contributors of the open source code used in this project: the UBY project (mentioned above), @mongodb and express.js. The submission takes place in a seven-year France dominated by a Muslim president who wants to apply Islamic law. Whoever seeks the law will be fulfilled by it; And anyone who acts fraudulently will encounter a stumbling block. If there is no court decision that changes our law, everything is fine. We should admit that the new law does little or nothing to remedy such a situation. Finally, I went back to Wiktionary – which I already knew about but had avoided because it`s not properly structured for analysis.
That`s when I came across the UBY project – an amazing project that needs more recognition. The researchers analyzed all of Wiktionary and other sources and brought them together into a single, unified resource. I simply extracted the entries from Wiktionary and threw them into this interface! So it took a bit more work than expected, but I`m glad I held on after the first mistakes. To those who agreed with him, Bush promised that the law against same-sex marriage would remain intact.