Definition of Doubly transitive verb
1. Noun. A transitive verb that takes both a direct and an indirect object.
Generic synonyms: Transitive, Transitive Verb, Transitive Verb Form
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Doubly Transitive Verb
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 ..."