Definition of Doubly transitive verb

1. Noun. A transitive verb that takes both a direct and an indirect object.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doubly Transitive Verb

doubling time
doubling up
doublings
doubloon
doubloonie
doubloonies
doubloons
doublure
doublures
doubly
doubly armed suture
doubly even
doubly heterozygous
doubly labeled water
doubly magic
doubly transitive verb (current term)
doubly transitive verb form
doubt
doubtable
doubtance
doubted
doubter
doubters
doubtful
doubtfull
doubtfuller
doubtfully
doubtfulness
doubtfulnesses
doubtfuls

Literary usage of Doubly transitive verb

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1. A Grammar of the Arabic Language by Edward Henry Palmer (1874)
"The objective case used iii this defining or specifying sense, like the second object of a doubly transitive verb, is not affected by a change of voice, ..."

2. A Grammar of the Arabic Language by William Wright, William Robertson Smith, Michael Jan de Goeje, Carl Paul Caspari (1898)
"It the objective complements of the nomen agenti« of a doubly transitive verb be pronouns, both may be appended to it as suffixes ; eg *f-\^^^ he wiio gives ..."

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