Definition of Pluralization

1. Noun. The act of pluralizing or attributing plurality to.

Exact synonyms: Pluralisation
Generic synonyms: Inflection, Inflexion
Derivative terms: Pluralise, Pluralize



Definition of Pluralization

1. n. The act of pluralizing.

Definition of Pluralization

1. Noun. The act of making plural. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Pluralization

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pluralization

pluralisations
pluralise
pluralised
pluralises
pluralising
pluralism
pluralisms
pluralist
pluralistic
pluralistically
pluralists
pluralities
plurality
pluralizability
pluralizable
pluralization (current term)
pluralizations
pluralize
pluralized
pluralizer
pluralizers
pluralizes
pluralizing
plurally
plurals
pluri-
pluricausal
pluricentric
pluricultural
pluricyclic

Literary usage of Pluralization

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1. Practical Beginning German: A Text Book for Beginning Classes in High by Alfred Isaac Roehm (1916)
"pluralization of Nouns. German nouns form their plurals in four ways, and are accordingly divided into four classes. Class I. Plural same as Singular. ..."

2. Spanish Grammar by Ralph Emerson Bassett (1915)
"The rules of noun pluralization apply also to possessive adjectives and pronouns. Special forms or inflections designate the plural of the masculine article ..."

3. Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society by Cambridge Philological Society (1902)
"Thus the thoughts of mind cannot have the perfection of the mind which thinks them. Now the operation of the law that pluralization carries with it ..."

4. The Changing Nature of Democracy by Takashi Inoguchi, Edward Newman, John Keane (1998)
"Interest groups and competitiveness Discussion of contemporary challenges to liberal democracies usually focuses on the pluralization of political actors or ..."

5. A Brief French Course in Conformity with the Laws of Syntax Promulgated by (1901)
"With a negative the pluralization of aucun with its substantive is now optional : — Ne faire aucun projet, ou aucuns projets, not to form any plans. ..."

6. The Popular Science Monthly (1880)
"This pluralization of the idea of space is independent of dimensionality and came synthetically. But about the same time came analytically a plural having ..."

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